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Ireland was rated best hot dish at the Breeders Cup Taste of the World

08.11.2011
Ireland was rated best hot dish at the Breeders Cup Taste of the World

The 2011 Breeders’ Cup World Championships, Thoroughbred racing’s most prestigious two-day event, was held in Kentucky on the 4th and 5th November 2011. The event attracts the best horses from North America and Europe and is televised on ABC/ESPN to more than 130 countries around the world.

The event began with a welcome party , where Good Food Ireland represented Marine Harvest Ireland at “Taste of the World”.

Chefs Ed Cooney & Maurice Keller served a Kerrygold butter poached fillet of Clare Island salmon with a lemon oil dulse, green vegetable broth and lobster. In addition to this main course that also had an assortment of Irish cheeses, unequaled Irish soda bread, and smoked salmon  slices to feast upon. Their counter presentation was the best of the evening with Irish flowers, gourds, loaves of bread and other decorations

Each of the 16 countries that have won the Breeder’s Cup took part in this world event showcasing the food and cuisine of their country.

The event had a key audience of 850 guests consisting of breeders, owners, high ranking sponsor executives, Breeders’ Cup board members and some of the most prominent individuals from the international business world.

http://www.goodfoodireland.ie/index.cfm/section/news/key/598



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Photo of the Dish - Kerrygold Butter Poached Fillet of Clare Island Salmon with a Lemon Oil Dulse, Green Vegetable Broth & Lobster.

 

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