Food Diary

Head to Ballycotton in east Cork for the June bank holiday weekend to take in Seafood and Shanties, a two-day family-friendly festival which will showcase food and folklore.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
25th May, 2013
Darina Allen (left) will open Seafood and Shanties on June 1.

Head to Ballycotton in east Cork for the June bank holiday weekend to take in Seafood and Shanties, a two-day family-friendly festival which will showcase the region's food and folklore.

Darina Allen will open the event on Ballycotton pier on June 1, while the next day events move up to the village itself.

There'll be free fish-tasting provided by the Ballycotton Fisherman's Association, arts and crafts, puppet shows and cookie decorating for kids, along with make...

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