Paula McIntyre’s Rare Breed Pork Ragu with Gnudie

Paula McIntyre’s Rare Breed Pork Ragu with Gnudie

Paula McIntyre’s Rare Breed Pork Ragu with Gnudie This recipe takes time but is well worth it. Start the ricotta process the night before – either make your own, or drain excess liquid out of shop bought ricotta, full details below. The Ragu requires long, slow...
Paula McIntyre Cooks Rare Breed Pork

Paula McIntyre Cooks Rare Breed Pork

Paula McIntyre – Director, Slow Food Northern Ireland, Slow Food Cooks Alliance Moderator – Nia Williams – Director of Slow Food Wales Paula explained that she would be using pork from Seaview Farm in Portrush, a 4th generation dairy farm which recently...
Slow as an Artisan: Why Slow Food Matters

Slow as an Artisan: Why Slow Food Matters

Shane Holland (Executive Chairman of Slow Food UK) moderated a discussion on artisan food production, including how it is made, the impact on the environment and the cost of food. Lizzie Dyer of Just Kidding explained that only the most popular meat cuts are available...
Honey:  Slow Food and Cultural Powerhouse

Honey: Slow Food and Cultural Powerhouse

Hosted by Paula McIntyre, talking to Sarah Wyndham Lewis – Honey Sommelier Sarah opened her talk with the phrase “honey is a postcard of the place where it’s from” stating there is a joy in exploring honey. Historically, the honey bee has been around for 88...
Tasting of Northern Irish Cheeses

Tasting of Northern Irish Cheeses

Moderated by Paula McIntyre hosted by Jonnie and Laura of IndieFude. Paula explained that there was a fledgling artisan cheese industry in Northern Ireland with only six artisan cheese makers, compared to 40-50 in the Republic. The Republic’s cheese making...