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Tried and Tasted: German craft at work in Galway

A six-year stint in Germany proved to be fruitful both professionally and personally for James McGeough. As well as meeting his wife Christa, he trained to become a master butcher and transferred many

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
27th November, 2011
James McGeough.

A six-year stint in Germany proved to be fruitful both professionally and personally for James McGeough. As well as meeting his wife Christa, he trained to become a master butcher and transferred many of the skills he learned back to the family butcher shop in Oughterard, Co Galway.

McGeough's was first opened by James McGeough's father Eamonn in 1971, and when he joined the business after his time in Germany, McGeough himself began to use...

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