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Celebrity chef Paula McIntyre will be cooking up a storm at Limavady food celebration

Published 24/06/2015

BBC Radio Ulster chef Paula McIntyre will be sharing her culinary skills at ‘A Celebration of Food’ which will take place in Limavady on Saturday July 4.

Paula, who comes from a farming background, enjoys traditional home cooking and uses the finest ingredients sourced from within Northern Ireland in all of her recipes. Paula will be joined by a selection of local chefs in demonstrating cooking with local produce.

From 10am to 4pm, at the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre everyone is invited to enjoy the best of local produce during this one-day food event. Furthermore, local producers will be providing a wide variety of artisan food stalls, tastings, cookery demonstrations and talks.

There will also be children’s entertainment including face-painting, balloon modelling and dressed-up characters and special offers throughout Limavady shops taking place on the day. Children will also get the chance to “Dig for Victory” by planting their own vegetable seeds to take home and watch grow.

Sample and buy everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, artisan rapeseed oil, pesto, cheeses, chutneys, preserves and jams to popcorn, homemade chocolates and ice-cream.

If you would like further information regarding ‘A Celebration of Food’ contact Limavady Visitor Information Centre on 028 777 60650.

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