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This month Marilyn Bright talks to Gerard Collier, recently named BIM Young Fishmonger for 2015. Gerard works every day within sight and sound of the sea at Clogherhead's picturesque Port Oriel. Always drawn to the busy comings and goings of the fishing boats, he remembers cycling down to the harbour as a schoolboy, cadging jobs mending nets or tailing prawns.
This month Marilyn Bright talks to one of the Dublin food scene’s most colourful characters, the second generation fishmonger Peter Caviston
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Marco Roccasalvo of Campo de' Fiori on the seafront in Bray - where seafood is a natural speciality
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Tricia Kealy of Kealy’s Seafood Bar about their 25th anniversary, some of the nostalgic menu dishes that were brought back this summer in honour of the occasion - and some newer items on the menu
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Michael O'Neill of O'Neill's The Point Bar, Renard Point, Caherciveen, Co Kerry; with a big reputation for ultra fresh seafood, the 'simplest is best' mantra at this immaculate little bar clearly works
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Diarmaid Murphy of The Fish Kitchen, Bantry, where “Keep it fresh and keep it simple” is the byword
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Aidan McGrath, whose guests at The Wild Honey Inn in Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare are delighted by the wonderful seafood dishes he serves at accessible prices - no shortcuts in this kitchen!
What makes the best of our young fishmongers stand out from the crowd? Marilyn Bright concludes her current series of interviews with some of Ireland’s best by talking to the winner of the inaugural Young Fishmonger of the Year, James Kirwan of East Coast Seafood in Naas, Co Kildare.
What makes the best of our young fishmongers stand out from the crowd? Marilyn Bright talks to Arnaud Lepricey at Wrights of`Howth, and finds that - while he may have arrived in this Howth fish shop by a roundabout route - fishmongering is truly the expert niche for him
What makes the best of our young fishmongers stand out from the crowd? Marilyn Bright talks to John Feeney of Galway Bay Seafoods at Salthill, Galway and finds that this newcomer to fishmongering has an infectious enthusiasm for fish