Home Cook: Fishing around for tasty morsels

The fish for Clodagh's Kitchen restaurant in Blackrock, Co Dublin, comes fresh from the Quay Fish Shop on Dun Laoghaire pier. The fish catch arrives on the boats every morning and is sold that day.

19th October, 2014
Baked turbot with watercress butter. Picture: Dorota Kazmierak

The fish for Clodagh’s Kitchen restaurant in Blackrock, Co Dublin, comes fresh from the Quay Fish Shop on Dun Laoghaire pier. The fish catch arrives on the boats every morning and is sold that day.

Visiting the pier for fresh produce always raises the same question in my head: why don’t we eat more fish in Ireland? I can never fully answer the question. We are an island and have some of the...

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