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To celebrate Taste the Island James St. are hosting complimentary demonstrations throughout September, October and November.

Come along to the James St. cookery school demonstration with Niall McKenna as he demonstrates the best of land and sea from the island of Ireland. As part of this year’s island of Ireland produce celebration, Niall will cook his favourite scallop dish with langousitines and dulse butter.

You will get the chance to sample this dish alongside a locally produced beverage. This cookery school demonstration is complimentary and is available on a first come basis.

The start time is 5.30pm and will take place in the Cookery School on the 2nd floor of James St.

Tue, 05 Nov 2019 5:30 - 7:00pm
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James St

  • 19-21 James Street South
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT2 7GA

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