A Taste of Louth returns to Marshes Shopping Centre

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Tuesday, November 6th, 2012
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The two day food, drink and craft fair returns to cook up a storm, Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th November at Marshes Shopping Centre. The foodie fan haven is supported by Dundalk Chamber of Commerce and Louth Economic Forum. The festival is set is feature the finest local produce and Cookery demonstrations by renowned celebrity chefs Neven Maguire and Clodagh McKenna. Neven will sizzle with style in the marquee mobile kitchen, Saturday from 3pm, with Clodagh turning up the heat, Sunday from 2.30pm. It’s not a case of too many cooks…as Brian McDermott and Alan McCabe will also be getting saucy in the kitchen. The unmissable weekend will also see the Final of Louth’s Young Chef of the Year competition sponsored by McArdle Meats. The Final of the Taste of Louth Primary School Colouring Competition, sponsored by Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk and the Final of Taste of Louth Cupcake Challenge, sponsored by Cake Couture will also take place. An exciting array of food, drink and craft exhibitors will be stationed on site in and outside Marshes throughout the weekend including Darling Buds, personal flower service and bespoke brooch bouquets and Creative FACE Art, face painting and creative party fun. Harry Traynor, Marshes Shopping Centre Manager enthused, “Marshes are delighted to host a Taste of Louth. We are looking forward to an exciting celebration of local food, drink and craft and culture.”Tickets are available to purchase from www.tasteoflouth.ie, McArdle Meats and Marshes Shopping Centre Customer Services. Tickets cost €10 per Demo and €15 Weekend Pass. All proceeds benefit the Cross Border Orchestra who will also rise to the occasion, performing intermittently throughout the weekend.
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