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Sunday 22 October 2017

Celebrity chef Dundon to fire up Taste of Dublin foodies with cooking demo

Chefs Kevin Dundon, Anna Haugh, Simon Lamont and Danni Barry launching the Taste of Dublin.
Chefs Kevin Dundon, Anna Haugh, Simon Lamont and Danni Barry launching the Taste of Dublin.

THERE will be a strong Wexford flavour to this year's Taste of Dublin weekend after it was revealed that a local favourite will be playing a significant role in Ireland's premier culinary event.

Kevin Dundon of Dunbrody Country House, the luxury hotel and spa in Arthurstown, is one of the internationally renowned chefs participating this year, displaying their cooking skills to more than 32,000 attendees. Taste of Dublin will run from Thursday, June 15, to Sunday, June 18, in Dublin's Iveagh Gardens and is expected to draw tens of thousands of foodies to the gardens.

More than 30 leading chefs will be participating in this year's event with Kevin joined by others including Neven Maguire, Darina Allen, Jean Christophe Novelli, Clodagh McKenna, MasterChef Ireland's Robin Gill, Daniel Clifford and many more. More than 20 of Ireland's finest restaurants will be participating while attendees will have more than 160 food and drink demonstrations and exhibitions to choose from.

'We're delighted to have representation from Wexford at this year's Taste of Dublin,' said Taste of Dublin Managing Director Avril Bannerton.

'There is such a strong food and drink scene in Wexford with so much talent and flavour on offer. We had to build that into our plans for this year so we're delighted that Kevin Dundon is involved, flying the flag for Wexford. He will be showcasing some of the immense skill and fantastic ability in the kitchen that has made Dunbrody House such a success.'

Further information about this year's Taste of Dublin is available on www.tasteofdublin.ie Tickets can also be purchased on the website, on sale from €15.

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