We Had A Visitor This Weekend

We Had A Visitor This Weekend

We had a lovely visit on Saturday afternoon. It was from a young chef Shana Murphy working in Adare Manor.  Shana is  one fo the six finalists in the Euro toques Your Chef Of The Year competition.

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Recipe ideas to impress visitors over the long bank holiday weekend:

Recipe ideas to impress visitors over...

Pancakes for lunch or brunch – adding Velvet Cloud yogurt makes them extra fluffy.

Warm porridge bread, spread

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Two Velvet Cloud Sheep's Yogurt Recipies In The Irish Times This Month

Two Velvet Cloud Sheep's Yogurt Recip...

This week is food month in The Irish Times, the top chefs from all around Ireland publish their favourite dishes using ingredients from local food producers. There was a rack of lamb with a Velvet Cloud Caesar dressing, by Kevin Stiraker of The Dining Room. I discovered this dressing this summer, and it is beyond delicious. Fantastic on a salad as you would expect, but also goes really well with lamb, and when you make it keeps for days in a jar in the fridge.

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Some Recent Chef Inspiration Which Might Inspire

Some Recent Chef Inspiration Which Mi...

In the last week or two, we've been very fortunate that some more of Ireland's best chefs have been posting and promoting their creations using Velvet Cloud Yogurt and Rockfield Cheese, here are a selection of a few which might inspire.

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Some Recent Examples Of Our Products Being Used By Our Fabulous Chef Friends

Some Recent Examples Of Our Products ...

Please keep supporting those trying so hard in foodservice. They are still using & supporting us & so many local producers. Some examples of posts from these unbelievably hard working guys.

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How To Use Velvet Cloud Sheep’s Milk Yogurt

How To Use Velvet Cloud Sheep’s Milk ...

  • As a replacement for crème fraiche, buttermilk, cream, mayonnaise, salad dressings
  • In curries/stews/casseroles or as a side with these
  • With fish
  • With fresh seasonal fruits and berries
  • On its own, or with a drizzle of honey

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