All roads lead to Meath on May 29 for the seventh annual Sheridans Irish Food Festival.
The event is extra special this year as it marks the 21st anniversary of the founding of Sheridans, which has consistently championed and supported Irish artisan food producers. More than 80 of them are taking part in this year’s event, which takes place at Sheridans HQ in Pottlereagh in north Co Meath.
“The idea of the event is to...
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