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What makes the best of our young fishmongers stand out from the crowd? Marilyn Bright talks to Graham Rogerson of George’s Fish Shop, at Monkstown Farm, Dun Laoghaire, and finds that fishmongering and a strong work ethic are in his genes
We begin the new year with a brand new series in which we find out what makes the best of our young fishmongers stand out from the crowd. This month, Marilyn Bright talks to George Stephens of The Fish Market in Mullingar, Co Westmeath, and discovers a number of very good reasons for his success.
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Michael O'Meara, chef-proprietor of Oscar's Seafood Bistro, Galway. Michael O'Meara is a chef who literally immerses himself in his work and in the process has been named BIM’s Seafood Chef of the Year. Swapping chef's whites for a wet suit, Michael explores Galway Bay's rich sea life and gathers research for a book featuring the award winning fish and sea vegetable dishes he serves up in Oscar's Seafood Bistro.
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Eithna O’Sullivan, proprietor-chef of Eithna’s by the Sea, Mullaghmore, Co Sligo. our Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2014, sponsored by BIM
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Gary Crean, proprietor of one of Dublin’s oldest and most famous restaurants, The Lobster Pot, in Ballsbridge.
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Michael O’Grady, proprietor of O’Grady’s on the Pier, in Barna Co Galway and Kirwan’s Lane Restaurant & The Seafood Bar in Galway City
This month Marilyn Bright talks to James Cullinan, owner-chef Cullinan’s Seafood Restaurant & Guesthouse, in Doolin, Co. Clare
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Tricia Kealy, owner-chef of Kealy’s Seafood Bar, in Greencastle, Co Donegal, who is marking a quarter of a century in business this year
This month Marilyn Bright talks to John Hickey, Head Chef of The Exchange Restaurant at the Westin Hotel, Dublin 2, where an innovative Daily Catch menu offers diners a choice of cooking methods, side dishes and sauces for their daily-changing selection of spanking fresh fish.
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Patricia Kennedy of The Moorings in Portmagee, Co Kerry, where even traditional accompaniments like colcannon and boxty have been given a local seafood twist