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Clodagh's Irish Food Trails

Valentia, Co. Kerry

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Clodagh starts her journey around Ireland's coast on Valentia Island in Co Kerry. She joins Donal Welsh, a local shrimp fisherman based in Knightstown. Clodagh demonstrates a simple way to cook shrimp and a prepares a home-made mayonnaise in the picturesque seaside village of Portmagee. Clodagh goes fishing in the clear waters around Valentia with father and son team Padda and Alan Houlihan as they dredge the seabed for scallops. Clodagh brings some of the day's catch to a local restaurant where proprietor Kate Cooke creates a Spanish-influenced dish with the scallops.
 

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