There’s no faking it when you’re cooking over red hot flames.
Happily that fact doesn’t seem to bother renowned chef Christine Walsh, who will command the red hot grills of Deep South next weekend with just one rule – everything will be cooked over live fire.
The exciting one-off event will take place on October 11th and 12th, 2019 as part of Guinness 232°C, a two-day festival devoted to beer, food and music.
The best bit? Tickets are a bargain €10 including booking fee, which includes a complimentary pint of Guinness or Pure Brew non-alcoholic lager and two signature dishes.
Guinness 232°C was born from the exact temperature Guinness roasts its barley. Curated by food expert, Ali Dunworth, the unique event will see Christine Walsh break free of her kitchens and create a one-off menu using innovative techniques and featuring the very best Irish produce forged in fire.
Continuing to fan the flames for the best talent across Ireland an eclectic programme of live music and entertainment will be curated by John Mahon of The Locals.
All in all it’s a sweet deal for a weekend dinner out.
There are two sittings: Friday, 6pm -10pm or Saturday, 2pm – 6pm and tickets are on sale now here.