Dingle Cookery School
Dingle Cookery School
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Arlette54
Wayzata, MN129 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
There were 23 of us attending a multi course cooking adventure focusing on Irish traditional fare: a fish starter, followed by a flavorful beef stew and apple cake. Our group members learned great cooking tips from Mark Murphy: a very knowledgeable and passionate chef. What a great way to spend a rainy afternoon in Dingle! We will be back next year. Thank you Mark, MuireAnn and Caroline for your guidance, expertise and kindness.
Written 20 September 2018
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Eva D
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Aug 2018 • Couples
We did the Yeast and Bread Masterclass this week and we had a great time. Having done some cookery courses before, we were very impressed with the standard of the course and it was excellent value for money. Mark is extremely knowledgeable and could answer any question we had! Neither of us could bake bread before we took the class, we came out of the class with a bag of different breads we had baked ourselves! Muireann and Mark didn't stop all day and were very hospitable. We even got a tour of the nearby bakery. Thanks guys! Eva and Mike
Written 15 August 2018
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pat g
barnstable75 contributions
Jun 2018
attended a class with Mark Murphy on making scones, it was like being in a friends kitchen. In our group of 16 the general consensus was a 5 star experience! and the scones were to die for! light crispy and flavorful. we were also showed how to make an easy and quick raspberry jam. I wish we were able to do more classes,I hope to return and this will definitely be on my list of places to return to.
Written 8 July 2018
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SimplySherryl
The Cincinnati Region20 contributions
Oct 2017 • Friends
Wow doesn't begin to discover how much fun we had on our day of traditional Irish Cooking. The class was awesome and because it is hands on, you remember it when you get home.

I still make the soda bread and salad that we were taught. I can't wait to go back for the Catch and Cook class.
Written 30 June 2018
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Mike340
Cape Town is home382 contributions
Jun 2018 • Friends
The drive to Dingle, from any direction, is sublime, particularly if you go over the Conor Pass.

Having enjoyed the beautiful scenery we arrived at the Dingle Cookery School, clearly signposted and with easy parking, as it's just outside the often busy town centre.

We were warmly welcomed by Muireann and Mark, and tea, coffee and delicious scones and jam.

The premises look professional with high quality equipment and plenty of space for the 15 or so of us. Mark started with a fascinating talk about the history of Irish food, giving many insights into what has shaped modern day Ireland, mentioning both the good and the bad, and the effect this has had on the country's demographic. Mark admitted he could have talked about this all day, and that would have been a pleasure, but we had to crack on with the cooking.

Mark is a natural teacher and explains everything clearly and simply, not being flashy and trying to look smart, allowing plenty of time for questions and of course practice. Just the right amount of information, no overload, and we were given several printed pages of easy to follow recipes.

We all had a chance to prepare several dishes, which were served up for our lunch.

Truly a most enjoyable day.
Written 25 June 2018
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Eileen D
Saint Louis, MO86 contributions
Feb 2018 • Friends
We went for a day of traditional Irish cooking. The only way it could have been better is if we'd been there for a Catch of the Day school to be able to take advantage of whatever came into Dingle Harbor. The site is perfect, comfortable, roomy, well-equipped. The lessons were thorough and delicious, and included a lovely, concise history of Irish cuisine. I hope to get back for that Catch of the Day version.
Written 25 May 2018
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Patrick S
Styal, UK13 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
With out a doubt the best day out I've had. Excellent people, very knowledgeable and made it so much fun. Highly recommend the catch and cook course
Written 19 May 2018
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emma c
5 contributions
May 2018 • Friends
Highly recommend this as an experience. We had friends visit us and it was a perfect activity to do as it entailed food, activity and a life time skill. We got to go fishing out on the ocean with a kind and experienced fisherman Packie. We were also lucky to see Fungi on the way back and then got to eat a 3 course meal that Muireann and Mark showed us how to cook our catch expertly. We will definitely be back for another course. Thank you for the memories!
Written 7 May 2018
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Ingo-Jens
Hannover, Germany82 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
We have been on the Irish Cooking course which started with a very good abbreviated food history given to us by Mark, the "chef" of the house over tea and scones. Then it was time for us to learn how to bake brown soda bread and apple-cake, followed by the highlight of cooking under the chef's baton: meat pies and hake with fresh vegatables. We learned about chopping and cooking techniques, about seasoning and presenting food. The place is spacious and well equipped, Muireann and Mark are wonderfull hosts. Enjoying the meal You cooked with the others in the group for lunch was a wonderfull finale to a great day!
Written 10 August 2017
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RosieLeeDublin
Dublin, Ireland16 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
When I informed my other half that we were spending the day at a cookery school while on honeymoon, he really thought I'd lost the plot & was trying to fully domesticate him in ways in never signed up to in the "I do" part of our ceremony. However, when I informed him that we were going fishing, then cleaning the fish, cooking & finally eating it; there was a totally different, far more overjoyed reaction from him. The day was amazing, our skipper Michael was fab, we met lovely people, Muireann was a true hostess & Marc a most engaging and talented chef. Not only did we learn about filleting and cooking our fish, we were treated to a starter & desert as well as our self cooked main course. ★★★★★ If I could rate this experience 100 stars - do it; so different, so fun, so enthralling.
Written 24 July 2017
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