Taste of Ireland

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  • 2015
  • 1 Season

This television show takes viewers on a scenic journey through some of the most beautiful landscapes to be found anywhere in the world. Ireland is a land filled with incredible beauty and a people that are full of life and a constant smile. The food of Ireland is something that is relatively unknown to the rest of the world, and this picture helps expose certain dishes and delicious treats to people not generally familiar with Irish cuisine. The show exposes to mass audiences that dishes of the country range much further than traditional stews and rich meats, something the country has been known for.

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Back at Home
8. Back at Home
May 21, 2015
After weeks of rolling emerald hills, Irish characters & stunning Irish produce, Lyndey arrives home brimming with new recipes. With her newly-acquired Irish inspiration Lyndey cooks up a feast for her friends. An entrée of home-smoked oysters & salmon; pan-seared loin of venison with liquorice sauce & colcannon, & a Guinness crème brûlée with Irish whiskey.
Dublin
7. Dublin
May 21, 2015
Lyndey's last episode and she's arrived in the bustling capital of Dublin. There's a taste of seafood and a swim in the sea when Lyndey visits old friends in the nearby harbour of Howth. There's an early morning visit to the city's heart and soul that are the people of Dublin's market for a taste of the legend that is the Dublin coddle.
Galway
6. Galway
May 21, 2015
The Burren is a wild and rugged land that is unlike anywhere else in Ireland. Lyndey joins walking historian and naturalist Tony Kirby on a journey to learn of the tragic history of the Famine Road and taste its wild foods before taking shelter in Cassidy's Pub to cook a restorative Irish stew of goat. Then we'll sneak a peek into the kitchen of Ireland's chef of the Year, Mickael Viljanen.
Waterford
5. Waterford
May 21, 2015
Lyndey dives into her Waterford excursion at the local growers market meeting quirky characters and tasting a wide range of their unique and fabulous foods. Early the next day there's a visit to a quaint village bakery with its ancient Scotch ovens before lunching on the rich, nourishing comfort foods that only a local Irish pub can provide.
Fermanagh
4. Fermanagh
May 21, 2015
On the Estate of Belle Isle Castle, Lyndey discovers the history and elegance of this 1600's home that allows visitors to stay and live in a grandeur that most of us can only dream about. With her host, Lyndey explores the estate, has a surprise in the garden and cooks an elegant afternoon tea in a magnificent hall. But just down the road in the heart of the County is a castle from another time.
Mayo
3. Mayo
May 21, 2015
The region around County Mayo is some of the most westerly in Europe and it's here Lyndey meets a farmer of the famous Connemara lamb before working with butcher, James McGeough to create delicious spicy smoked sausage and unique air-dried lamb before cooking her own delicious lamb dish in a rustic barn on the shores of Ireland's only fjord. Not far away is an exclusive island in Clew Bay.
Cork
2. Cork
May 21, 2015
It is said you can taste the whole of County Cork at The English Market where Lyndey meets the shopkeepers in this Aladdin's Cave of food. The discoveries continue roaming the stunning 100-acre organic farm of Ireland's most influential "slow food" family, the Allen's and cooking with their matriarch, Darina. Not far from the Allen's farm is the charming seaside village of Kinsale.
Belfast
1. Belfast
May 21, 2015
The region of Belfast breathes myth and legend when Lyndey visits the home of the most famous ship in the world, Titanic. Here you can see her last footprint, then dine from the 1st class menu of Titanic's very last night. Further a field is the Antrim coast, filled with tales of fighting giants and a magnificent castle perched over a cliff.
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This television show takes viewers on a scenic journey through some of the most beautiful landscapes to be found anywhere in the world. Ireland is a land filled with incredible beauty and a people that are full of life and a constant smile. The food of Ireland is something that is relatively unknown to the rest of the world, and this picture helps expose certain dishes and delicious treats to people not generally familiar with Irish cuisine. The show exposes to mass audiences that dishes of the country range much further than traditional stews and rich meats, something the country has been known for.

  • Premiere Date
    May 21, 2015