Wild, pure, delicious: Donegal
It’s already one of the most breathtakingly beautiful corners of the country - but Donegal has also quietly gained a reputation as the source of some of Ireland’s finest locally produced food as well
There has never been a better time to experience Donegal and its spectacular food scene. It is a county known more for its achingly beautiful, unspoiled beaches and wild, majestic landscape than its food, but in the last decade Donegal has seen a remarkable alchemy between its food producers and the county’s best chefs in the use and promotion of its superb produce.
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