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Clodagh McKenna will host two food evenings in Arnotts between now and Christmas for those of you looking to up-skill in the kitchen before the holidays!

The events are social ones and a fun evening is guaranteed.

On arrival you will be greeted with a delicious aperitif served with canapés.

A cookery demonstration with Clodagh will then take place before enjoying a three course meal showcasing the recipes seen at Clodagh’s restaurant, Clodagh’s Kitchen.

The first event will take place on Wednesday 23 rd October and the theme is Northern Italian Cooking. Clodagh will demonstrate dishes inspired by her time spent living in Northern Italy and incorporating unique flavours including white truffles and autumnal wild mushrooms. Italian wine expert Enrico Fantasia will be on hand to serve a matching artisan wine with your meal.

The second event is Christmas themed and takes place on Wednesday 4 th December. Clodagh will guide you through her delicious and inspiring Christmas ideas.

Cookery evenings begin at 5.30pm and cost €60 per person. To book call 01-8050571 or email

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