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Kathleen Noonan Pork & Bacon
Unit 21, Grand Parade Market, Grand Parade , Cork City Co Cork
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Kathleen Noonan first took a stall in the English Market in 1955 and is now semi-retired, so her daughter Pauline Mulcahy has taken up the baton, selling traditional pork products.

Kathleen Noonan Pork & Bacon

Kathleen Noonan first took a stall in the Market in 1955 and is now semi-retired, so her daughter Pauline Mulcahy has taken up the baton, selling traditional pork products.



It is now the only stall dealing exclusively in pig meat – crubeens (trotters or pigs feet), pig’s tails, bodice, skirts, kidneys, loin bones, knuckles, hocks as well as more familiar cuts like rashers and collar bacon. "Every part of the pig is sold except for its squeal!"

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