Irish adventures don’t have to involve surfing slabs or abseiling down sea stacks. There’s wonder in the Wild Atlantic Way’s little things too, as I discovered on a shoreline walk with John Fitzgerald of Atlantic Irish Seaweed. Seaweed is “the most on-trend food thing we’ve seen in years,” John said, giving me a hands-on introduction to everything from bubbly bladderwrack to “the truffle of the sea” (that’ll be the peppery-pungent dulse, or dillisk). The workshops wind up with a tasting lunch. Seaweed champagne, anyone? — PÓC
The Saturday Supplement with Frank Lewis.
October 29 2016
‘It falls to John Fitzgerald, founder of Atlantic Irish Seaweed and self-professed “ageing punk” to medicine our self-indulgence from a beautiful beach in Caherdaniel.
John and his infectious zeal take us through the wild bounty on our doorstep, singing the benefits to both palette and body of duileasc, sea lettuce and carrageen moss while cutting off fronds to taste.
“This stuff makes gogiberries and kale look like chips and kebab,” he trumpets before sitting us down to a 12-course gourmet.”‘
Hotel & Travel Guide by BestLovedHotels
Best Loved Hotels 2016
“Raw shore-dining on the Ring of Kerry coastline. The peninsula spreads out into the Atlantic, with the dark, pointed hills of islands and neighbouring land brooding beneath a wide silver sky, across the water, giving heart-hitting views. You could just devour the place – and, it turns out, you can.”
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Check out The Irish Times article.
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The Sunday Times, 2015
“Taste the sea”
Root and Bone Magazine
Listen to the podcast here 17min in. July 23rd 2015
The business show
November 21st 2015