1 Snack your way around the Milk Market
Speak nicely to Anne Lloyd and she’ll fry some Celtic eggs and black pudding for you at the fabulous Milk Market. The eggs are wrapped with sausage meat, rolled in breadcrumbs and deep-fried. “Tourists taste them with trepidation,” she laughs, “but they love them and can’t get enough.”
Saturday morning is the best time to capture the fusion of flavour, music and good-natured banter in this old stone building that was once a corn market. With its grand new canopy, it’s a hive of activity that attracts traders from all over the region. Pick up lip-smacking spelt breads, fish from West Cork, fruit and vegetables from County Kerry and a mouth-watering selection of organic sausages, olives, jams, pastries and local chocolates. Simply delicious.