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We are big fans of the great North Cork markets, at Kilavullen and mallow. Now, here is a demon, not-to-be-missed chance to hear the inspiring stallholders of the markets discuss their work. This is going to be one of the events of th culinry year! her's the details:

From Monday 14th July, URRU Culinary Store will host a week of Conversations on a Farmers’ Market with participants from the bi-monthly Mallow Farmers’ Market. Listen to Gudrun Shinnick from Fermoy Natural Cheese Company talk about making her fantastic local cheeses and Gairdín Eden’s Maurice Grinsell on growing year-round top-quality salad leaves. Old Millbank Smokehouse’s Geraldine Bass’ explains how to smoke fish at home, Patrick Franke describes the process of organic conversion and growing your own vegetables, and Bibliocook/URRU staff member Caroline Hennessy demonstrates how to capture the natural yeasts in the air to make a unique sourdough starter.

The conversations will take place in the café of URRU Culinary Store each morning at 11am, from Monday 14th July to Friday 18 July and all are welcome. There will be no charge for these community events. For more information, please contact William Healy at URRU Culinary Store, Bank Place, Davis Street, Mallow. Telephone/fax: 022 53192.

Monday 14th July at 11am
Geraldine Bass of Old Millbank Smokehouse: Smokin’! Preserving with smoke at home (TBC)
Tuesday 15th July at 11am
Gudrun Shinnick of Fermoy Natural Cheese: Just Say Cheese
Wednesday 16th July at 11am
Caroline Hennessy of Use Your Loaf – How to make sourdough bread
Thursday 17th July at 11am
Maurice Grinsell of Gairdín Eden: How to grow (probably) the best salad leaves in the world
Friday 18th July at 11am
Patrick Franke: How does your garden grow: organically?

The next Mallow Farmers’ Markets will take place on Saturdays 12 and 26th July in the courtyard in front of URRU Culinary Store.