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Cookery Class - Fish Preparation and Cooking Demonstration

Killeavy Castle Estate, 12 Ballintemple Road, Killeavy, County Armagh, BT35 8LQ
Cookery Class - fish preparation and demonstration

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Join Darragh Dooley, the Executive Head Chef of Killeavy Castle Estate, to learn how to prepare and cook fresh fish by panfrying and poaching. Learn how to make a delicious chowder and healthy sides to go with your fish.

The dishes will be demonstrated by the chef, observed by each guest and then cooked by each guest. Guests will eat each course after they have cooked it and then move on to the next course.

Creating the best of local wholesome dishes with produce from our working farm and local fish suppliers.

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  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

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  • Booking Required

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  • On site parking
  • Station nearby

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Adult£50.00 per ticket

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the Forkhill roundabout take the exit B113 towards Forkhill. Continue on the Forkhill Rd following the sign for Killeavy Castle/Slieve Gullion Forest Park through Meigh Village, continuing onto the Drumintee Rd. In 0.5 miles, at the sign for KilleavyCastle, turn onto Ballintemple Road and the entrance to the Estate will be located 0.5 mile down the Ballintemple Road on your left. If using a GPRS system it is recommended to use Google maps and type in Killeavy Castle Estate.

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Bus service available to nearby village of Meigh

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