Attention, Dublin-based folk.
Fresh from a hugely successful takeover of the kitchens at the uber-cool Dead Rabbit Irish pub in NYC with Mark Moriarty to celebrate St Bridget’s Day, Cork chef Aishling Moore is hitting the road again.
The foodie creative behind the ever-popular Goldie seafood restaurant, which has retained its Michelin Bib Gourmand since it first opened in 2021, will promote her new book ‘Whole Catch’, at another exciting new collab in Dublin this month.
On February 18th, Moore, who won ‘Best Young Chef in Ireland in 2023’, and her good friend, Daniel Hannigan will cook for guests for one special evening at Hannigan’s Orwell Road Restaurant in Rathgar, Dublin 4.
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Expect lots of wonderful Irish seafood cooked with the utmost style and skill and a good dollop of Moore’s sense of the quirky and exotic. Dishes will be taken from her new book which is a feast of delicious, easy-to-cook seafood recipes, with the whole family in mind.
“The title of the book ‘Whole Catch’ refers to the founding principal of Moore’s restaurant, where she takes the entire catch landed by the local fishermen who supply her.” the publishers told us.
“This dictates what is on her daily changing menu and nothing is discarded. Moore’s fin-to-gill style of cooking ensures that as much of the fish as possible is used – again reducing waste to an absolute minimum.”
Whole Catch is the second 2024 launch from the Blasta Books stable. It can be pre-ordered here. Tickets for the event at Hannigan’s Orwell Road Restaurant in Rathgar are €90pp – email email@example.com or phone 01 621 3524 to book.