I met Graham and Saoirse Roberts from the award winning Connemara Smokehouse in Co Galway and tasted some of their delicious smoked fish including traditional smoked salmon and their divine roast smoked salmon, which is slowly smoked using a hot fire to give a cooked salmon texture with a beautiful smoky taste.
By Rachel Allen – Sunday Tribune

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Clodagh McKenna’s Visit to the Smokehouse

Behind every good product lies some kind of drama. Clodagh McKenna seeks out a couple who have turned a remote location to their advantage. Connemara Smokehouse is remote, literally perched an a cliff above the sea with stunning views over the Connemara Mountains and wild Atlantic. Owner Graham Roberts lives and works here with his wife Saoirse.
By Clodagh McKenna – Food & Wine Magazine

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Smokin’ in Birmingham

Graham Roberts of the family-run Connemara Smokehouse in Ballyconneely, Co Galway, “a small artisanal producer”, will be on stage at the BBC Good Food Show at the NEC in Birmingham on Wednesday morning talking about his fish smoking and curing methods in an interview with Jimmy Doherty of BBC2 favourite tv show Jimmy’s Farm.
by Marie-Claire Digby – Irish Times supplement

200g Cold Smoked Tuna

Large Scale Success, Irish Examiner

By Roz Crowley, Irish Examiner Feel-good Supplement, 23rd November 2007 GRAHAM ROBERTS of Connemara Smokehouse is a name to watch. He is knowledgeable and passionate about the excellent, and healthy, products he sells. In the new year we will see him on television with chef and food writer Clodagh McKenna. This week, he is appearing…

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The Old Convent Breakfast

The thing is, these breakfasts are worth getting up for: porridge from an organic producer, like the Ballybrado eggs, or bacon, or the pork used for the dinner menu. The smoked salmonis what Dermot calls the best in Ireland, from Graham Roberts in Connemara Smokehouse…”

Connemara Smokehouse Interviews Graham Roberts

Irish Producer Feature: Connemara Smokehouse Congratulations to Connemara’s longest established smokehouse, The Connemara Smokehouse, which has been awarded the Seafood Circle Award for 2007 under the Retail Section as a ‘Seafood Specialist’. We talk to Graham about what drives him to work as an Irish producer. Where do your customers come from? All over the…