Cork Food Stories with Clara Cooney
We Corkonians might be a bit biased but we do believe that Cork truly earned its reputation as the country’s foodie capital. The range of produce is phenomenal – from excellent artisan cheese to beautifully crafted smoked fish, with many award-winning producers and suppliers on our doorstep.
We have one of the worlds oldest markets, a one-of-a-kind destination that proudly takes its place among the best food markets in Europe. Standing in the centre of the city since 1788, The English Market is a riot of gorgeous gastronomic delights – walk the stalls, chat to the traders, and try out the flavours that define this city and we also have many smaller markets scattered around Cork County where we have the privilege of taking home amazing produce to sample.
This Podcast in association with RedFM is presented to us by Clara Cooney, owner of Clara Cooks whose business is all about the education of food. From cooking classes to in-home private cheffing Clara has always been very passionate about supporting local and wanted you to hear the stories behind some of the fabulous food producers and suppliers in Cork City and County. Talking to them about their food stories from childhood to following their passion to what's next.
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Thursday, March 4th, 2021
On this weeks podcast, Clara talks to Ernest Cantillon a well-known Cork businessman about his bar and restaurant trade, his involvement in Cork Simon Community and the success of his business Kinsale Spirit Company
Orla McAndrew of OM Catering
Thursday, February 18th, 2021
We talk to Orla McAndrew of OM Catering. Orla is from Donoughmore in Co. Cork and started her wedding and event catering business in 2018. Orla has changed her business adding some excellent services for in-home dining and freezer meals.
Tom Durcan of Tom Durcan Meats at The English Market
Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
Clara Cooney of Clara Cooks speaks with Tom Durcan from Tom Durcan Meats at the English Market.
Roughty Foodie at The English Market
Thursday, November 26th, 2020
We are talking to Margo Ann Murphy who owns the Roughty foodie in the English Market, originally set up by Michael Murphy in the 1960s as the Roughty Fruit King now 3rd generation family business where Margo took over the business in 2011
Brian & Thay of Cork Rooftop Farm
Thursday, November 19th, 2020
On the rooftop of a building on Dalton’s Avenue, overlooking the Coal Quay and Cornmarket in the middle of Cork City, a little slice of Eden is taking shape: An urban farm unlike anything seen in Cork before, or anywhere in Ireland for that matter.
Introduction to Cork Food Stories with Clara Cooney
Tuesday, November 17th, 2020
Welcome to the Cork Food Stories Podcast with Clara Cooney of Clara Cooks in association with RedFM! Every Thursday Clara will be bringing you stories from fascinating individuals who are helping to keep Cork the foodie capital of Ireland!