A beautiful Monday morning and twelve vintage cars traveling Ireland visit Connemara Smokehouse from Normandy France for a Smokehouse Tour with Nicolas.
The first all Ireland Artisans at Work ÉCONOMUSÉE Networking & Business Forum was held in Ballinahown Co. Westmeath where the first Irish Économusée Celtic Roots opened.
At the Forum an All Ireland brochure was launched by Carl-Éric Guertin, Chief Executive Officer of the International Économusée Network Society Québec. 7 artisans in the Irish network of crafters & producers Celtic Roots Studio, Connemara Smokehouse & Visitors Centre, Ireland, St. Tola Irish Organic Goat Cheese, Breeogue Pottery, Scullion Hurls, Broighter Gold Rapeseed Oil & The Steensons all showcased their produce of high quality products.
Also attending on the day Kevin Heanue & Bridin McIntyre Teagasc, Maxime Sizaret & Tierna Mullan Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust Discover Northern Ireland & Failte Ireland.
Simple, Light & fluffy. Perfect Smoked Salmon & Scallion savoury pancakes for breakfast, brunch, Pancake Tuesday or just for that weekend treat…
1 cup self-raising flour
1 cup Milk
2/3 diced scallion (Leave a little a side for garnish)
I tub of Créme Sour Cream
200g Connemara Smokehouse Smoked Salmon
1 Lemon rind
Pre-head a large non-stick frying pan.
Place all ingredients (flour, milk, egg, scallion leaving a little a side) into a bowl & mix.
Lightly grease the pan with butter or oil.
Cook large spoonfuls of batter until bubbles burst on the surface.
Flip and cook other side until golden brown.
Serve on a warm plate with a dollop of sour cream sprinkled with diced scallion & grated lemon rind.