Rotary Club of Waterford presents a celebration of food with the award winning south east chef Kevin Dundon of the Dunbrody Country House Hotel. This exciting event, in association with Caulfield’s SuperValu at the Hypercentre will take place at 7.30pm on Tuesday April 28th at the Tower Hotel in Waterford City.
With Mr. Dundon donating his time for free all proceeds from the evening will go towards St Vincent de Paul and Waterford Belarus Dental Charity.
One of Ireland’s best-loved chefs, Kevin Dundon can usually be found busy at work in the Dunbrody House kitchens and cookery school. You will also often find him gracing the TV screens and chatting on Irish radio covering all things to do with food. A chef with a love of locally-sourced indigenous produce Kevin considers himself spoilt with the positive bounty of fresh seafood and fantastic fruit and vegetables literally on his doorstep. Inspiration is easy to come by when you can indulge in the huge selection from the Hook Peninsula and also from Kevin’s own kitchen gardens at his hotel Dunbrody Country House.
Established by Kevin and his wife Catherine in 1997, Dunbrody has become synonymous with contemporary Irish Country House cooking. Reflected in all of Kevin’s cookbooks, this passion for freshness mixed with both simplicity and flair is the signature of Kevin’s cooking.
Ms. Ann Marie Caulfield, President of the Rotary Club of
Waterfordsaid, “The Rotary Club of Waterford is so proud to present this event. I’d like to thank Kevin for giving his valuable time and talent for such worthy charities.”
This is strictly a ticket only event and priced at just €25 tickets can be bought from Caulfield’s Supervalu at the Hypercentre, Nolke Opticians at Ardkeen the Tower Hotel, from Rotarians and on line at www.waterfordrotary.org . Ticket price includes a free glass of wine and a goody bag.