Top Ten Foodie Treats in West Limerick

  • The Mustard Seed 810 x 456
The Mustard Seed, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick
  1. Sample the original Irish Coffee as invented by Joe Sheridan at the Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum. www.flyingboatmuseum.com
  2. Homemade fudge at The Old Creamery, Adare www.oldcreameryco.com
  3. Adare Farm Ice-Cream made from fresh milk and cream from the Relihan’s pedigree dairy herd. Available throughout West Limerick www.adarefarm.ie
  4. Free-range pork products straight from Caroline and Joe Rigney’s Kilcornan Farm. www.rigneysfarm.com
  5. Sweet and savoury treats from Richard Fitzgerald’s Loaf Organic Bakery. Available throughout West Limerick. www.loaf.ie
  6. Brona Chocolates. 24 varieties handmade in Abbeyfeale by an ex-builder who named the company after his daughter! 
  7. Award winning Cahill’s Irish Farmhouse Cheese which has been made the traditional way by the family over four generations. www.cahillscheese.ie
  8. Ballyhahill based Maura and Siobhan Kearney are famous all over West Limerick thanks to their mammy’s soda bread, scones and apple tart recipes. www.kearneyshomebaking.com
  9. Tasty award winning jams, marmalades, chutneys, ketchups, sauces, herb mixes, butters, mustards and pickles straight from Theresa Storey’s farm in Derryclough, Ballingarry. www.thegreenapron.ie/wordpress
  10. The Mustard Seed - If fine food and fine art is your thing, then don’t miss the chance to dine at the award winning Mustard Seed restaurant located in the lovely village of Ballingarry, just a ten-minute drive from Adare. www.mustardseed.ie

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