October 6 In the Press The Richhill Apple Fayre

Women and country fayres go hand in hand but it’s more than just making pies

Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre attracted 2,000 people last year to celebrate the end of the harvest. This year, the fayre takes place on October 31 – Halloween Day.

Richhill Women’s Institute, who featured on the Great British Menu, will play a key role this year. Where else can you eat apples, peel apples, eat pies, enjoy cookery demonstrations, sample locally produced ciders, juices and craft beers, celebrate Halloween and buy locally produced County Armagh food?

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August 24 In the Press The Richhill Apple Fayre

Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre launches in line with BBC’s Great British Menu

Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre attracted over 2,000 last year which was the first year of the event which celebrates artisan food and drink producers.

This year’s event celebrates food and drink, the Centenary of one of the most powerful organisations in the UK – the Women’s Institute and also Halloween. To top if off, the fayre has been launched this year in line with the BBC’s Great British Menu which will feature last year’s fayre as part of its WI celebrations. Here’s the full story:

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November 21 In the Press

‘What happens in MasterChef, stays in MasterChef’ as James Devine celebrates success

A Tyrone chef beats off stiff competition to get through to the quarter finals of the BBC’s Masterchef as the competition from other chefs proves fierce.

James Devine, who is the head chef at Black Cat Traditional Restaurant, says he never focuses on style or trends above substance and combines methods of creating clean and simple dishes with his expertise gained while working in 3Michelin star restaurants in London.

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