Blue Book: Season’s eatings

It’s hard to beat autumn when it comes to great ingredients. We asked some of Ireland’s best chefs to tell us about their favourites

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
29th September, 2019

“I love cooking with cider at this time of year. There’s a wonderful local cider called Legacy that goes with virtually all my pork dishes; it’s a wonderful addition to crushed or roasted root vegetables. It’s also pretty special if you just want to drink it!”

“It would have to be local Sika deer and cep mushrooms, supplied to us by Dizzy Goat Farm in Kilkenny.”...

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