Bite Size with Gillian Nelis
Mushrooms, beef and a crammed fridge
If you’ve been on one of mycologist Bill O’Dea’s mushroom hunts already, you’ll know that they’re one of the best ways to mark the arrival of autumn. If you’re in the north-east, you can join in the mushroom hunting fun on October 10 at Tara Walker’s East Coast Cookery School in Termonfeckin, Co Louth from 10am to 4pm.
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