The Supervalu Good Food Karma Project is returning to the Ploughing Championship this year. With delicious ingredients, mouth-watering dishes, and events across all three days of the championship, it promises to be a source of delicious food and great entertainment.

Serving up the treat will be the Supervalu Good Food Karma Project Ambassadors, including Kevin Dundon, GAA player Bernard Brogan, Martin Shanahan of Fishy Fish Restaurant, The Happy Pear duo David and Stephen Flynn , food stylist Sharon Hearne Smith and camaogie player Anna Geary, pictured below.

The Supervalu Good Food Karma Project Ambassadors

So what exactly will be happening each day? We're glad you asked!

Over the three days, it’ll be all action with Kevin Dundon showing how to make delicious breakfast pancakes. Following that, the Happy Pear guys will be giving Morning Filler ideas and Martin Shanahan will be cooking up some novel fish dishes. And to end the day, treat yourself to a baking masterclass with Sharon Herane Smith.

Starting Wednesday is Martin Shanahan with some smoked salmon breakfast dishes, an Inspiring Foodies cooking demo, followed by Kevin Dundon’s new masterclass with Hampshire Pork. Rounding off the day will be The Happy Pear guys with a live Q&A session on healthy kids’ snacks.

SuperValu will kick off the last day of the event with healthy breakfasts. Kevin Dundon will be doing a scrumptious Sunday roast pork dinner. Thursday’s lunchtime slot is going to be an all-star event, with the likes of Bernard Brogan, Anna Geary and Daniel Davey on hand to talk about kids’ lunch boxes and tummy fillers, followed by Bernard and Daniel talking about nutrition for athletes.

Kevin is back to close the final day of the three day cooking extravaganza by showing how you can feed the gang mid-week, with healthy meal ideas and tips that anyone can do!

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