October 2011 By Gillian Nelis – Sunday Business Post – Agenda Magazine The big smoke on the west coast There are several good reasons to visit the Connemara Smokehouse on Bunowen Pier in Ballyconneely, Co Galway. There’s the fish, of course, but there’s also the stunning location on the edge of the Atlantic, and the chance…
As demonstated at the Leenane Autumnal Festival by Graham Roberts Connemara Smokehouse
A taste of Connemara a little lunch time treat with Connemara Smokehouse Gravadlax (marinated salmon in salt, sugar, dill & Irish whiskey) on baked potato with creme friache…
Monty Halls Great Irish Escape in Connemara with Graham Roberts of Connemara Smokehouse. Graham demonstrates his knife skill and sample his Wild Smoked Irish Salmon from Killary at The Roundston Dive and Wildlife Festival.
Wild Salmon darn fillets from Connemara Smokehouse (or Organic Salmon Darnes)
Lorna Roberts will be holding her 2nd OPEN PARADOR EVENING here in Connemara on THURSDAY 4TH OF AUGUST to learn more about Paradores of Spain contact Lorna Tel: +353 (0) 95 23539 or check out www.lornarobertsholidays.com
ALONG GALWAY’S RUGGED Atlantic coast, near the town of Ballyconneely, low-lying, whitewashed building sits perched on a pier, with the strong cold water of the Atlantic crashing almost to its door. This is the Connemara Smokehouse. It appears an unassuming place at first, until you step inside and meet the Roberts family. Graham, in thid mid-thirties, runs the smokehouse with his wife Saoirse and thier four young children (all artisan-smokers-in-the-making)….
Connemara Smokehouse Organic Smoked Salmon features at the Irish Premiere after party for THE GUARD starring Brendan Gleeson, Pat Shortt and Liam Cunningham taking place in The G Hotel Galway.
Delicious Magazine – August Edition 2011 – Hungry Traveller by Les Dunn The Connemara penisula, west of the city of Galway, is the Ireland millions of Americans imagine when, teary-eyed, they turn their thoughts to their homeland: still, silent loughs, grassy moors, ancient peat bogs, miles of stone walls, rolling hills and a craggy coastline…
Seven students from Aillebrack National School Authors: Amy Roberts, Celia O’Neill, Grainne King, Eimear Roche, Francesca McDonagh, Oscar Conney and Tadhag O’Neill took part in the 10th Annual Write A Book Awards 2011. Now on Show in Clifden Town Library for Summer 2011.