Fish can make Ireland a food island

Not only is seafood not a dominant feature on Irish restaurant menus, wherever it is available, it tends to be overpriced

17th September, 2017
Fishermen at Howth harbour in North county Dublin Pic: RollingNews.ie

Howth is a fabulous village. It has been my home for over 50 years now. It has a terrific selection of shops selling fresh fish, perhaps more than any other village around the coast. I regularly drop into one of these shops and buy a fillet of fish for anything between €1 and €3 and take it home and cook it.

Seafood has always been the healthy option and it is increasing in popularity. A report...

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