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  1. Belle Isle School of Cookery

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    The ultimate destination for food lovers. Discover the delights of creating modern cuisine. Read more

  2. Fermanagh Black Bacon

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Award winning specialist meat retailer. Inventor of the famous Black Bacon. Read more

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  3. Belfast Cookery School

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Belfast Cookery School is located in the heart of Belfast city centre. Read more

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  4. Chocolate Memories

    Newtownards, County Down

    Get hands on with making chocolate, take home and eat everything you make! Read more

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  5. Windrush Cuisine

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Windrush Cuisine runs Windrush Island Cafe, Belfast's only Caribbean Cafe and Caribbean cook school. Read more

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  6. INTO Queen's University Belfast

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Language and academic preparation for undergraduate and postgraduate study at Queen's University. Read more

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  7. Atlantic Irish Seaweed

    Caherdaniel, Kerry

    Guided Seaweed Discovery Tours, Workshops and Tasting Feasts of delicious seaweed dishes. Learn to forage, find and sustainably harvest. Discover the amazing nutritional, horticultural and cosmetic benefits. Read more

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  8. Eagles Flying / Irish Raptor Research Centre

    Ballymote, Sligo

    Eagles Flying, situated near Ballymote, is Ireland's largest such centre. Twice daily shows, either outdoor or indoor, offer a unique weather independent opportunity to view these regal raptors (birds of prey) in flight. Read more

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  9. Bog of Allen Nature Centre

    Rathangan, Kildare

    The Bog of Allen Nature Centre is run by the Irish Peatland Cosnervation Council (IPCC). A charity, their aim is to conserve a representative portion of Irish peatlands for future generartions to enjoy. “One of the top 10 Eco Projects in Ireland” - Lonely Planet 2008 Read more

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