Ballymaloe Cookery School

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The modern, formal herb garden at Ballymaloe Cookery School
The kitchen garden at Ballymaloe, Co. Cork, Ireland

The Ballymaloe Cookery School is a privately run cookery school in Shanagarry, County Cork, Ireland, that was opened in 1983. It is run by Darina Allen, a well known celebrity chef, cookery book author and pioneer in Ireland of the slow food movement. The school is located within the grounds of an organic farm.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

References

  1. ^ Trainer, Melissa A. (2005) In Ireland, Cookery Amid the Greenery, New York Times, January 2 (Accessed 22 Nov 2011)
  2. ^ Turner, Sarah (2006) Cooking holiday:Ballymaloe, The Observer, Sunday 5 February (Accessed 22 Nov 2011)
  3. ^ Field, Elizabeth (2006) Irish get cooking, naturally The Boston Globe May 21 (Accessed 22 Nov 2011)
  4. ^ FOOD FROM IRELAND CHRIS BARBER visits Ballymaloe cookery school, in Co Cork, where organic food production is as important as culinary skills. (January 01, 2001). Country Life, 195, 122-123.
  5. ^ Top class cuisine at Ballymaloe: Ireland's champion cook Darina Allen concocts a delicious menu from her organic gardens. (January 01, 1997). Country Living London-, 143, 140-145.
  6. ^ Catharine Stott went to Ireland to meet Darina Allen, founder of the Ballymaloe cookery school. (January 01, 2000). Living Earth, 207, 14-15.

Further reading

  • Darina Allen A Year at Ballymaloe Cookery School

External links

  • Ballymaloe Cookery School Homepage
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