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  Kilkenny Design Centre - Craftspeople - Pottery - Stephen Pearce
In the small village of Shanagarry, near the sea in east Cork, he has gathered around him a group of highly skilled craftspeople, carrying on a craft tradition which has survived in the area for hundreds of years.
In Shanagarry village, Stephen digs local clay for the pottery and harvest peat for the firing of each piece which goes through 18 individual hand processes.
While Stephen learned the art of pottery from his father, his mother, one of Ireland's finest cooks, had a tremendous influence on the design of his pottery rejecting casseroles or plates for the family kitchen which were not simple or functional enough.
www.kilkennydesign.com /CraftsPeople/Pottery/StephenPearce.html   (174 words)

  
  Shanagarry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shanagarry (An Seangharraí in Irish) is a village in east County Cork, Republic of Ireland.
The village is located along Ireland's southern coast, and is mostly known for Ballymaloe House,and as the location of Darina Allen's Ballymaloe cookery school and gardens.
Also to be found in Shanagarry is the historic Old Road an ancient Irish causeway and home to the original residents of the village.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shanagarry   (145 words)

  
 In Ireland, Cookery Amid the Greenery - New York Times
By MELISSA A. APPROACHING the town of Shanagarry in County Cork, Ireland, can stir a lot of emotions in the first-time visitor: awe at the beauty of the place, a peacefulness brought on by the serenity of the countryside.
For Shanagarry is home to the Ballymaloe Cookery School, one of Europe's most notable destinations for the serious foodie.
Another lodging option, two miles from the school in a 15th-century Norman castle on nearly 400 acres of farmland, is the acclaimed 33-room Ballymaloe House, Shanagarry, County Cork, (353-21) 465-2531, fax (353-21) 465-2021, or visit www.ballymaloe.ie.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9D03E6D81F30F931A35752C0A9639C8B63&sec=travel&pagewanted=print   (1470 words)

  
 Shanagarry Holiday Village, Shanagarry Co. Cork, Self Catering Cork, Vacation Rental Cork
The location of Shanagarry Holiday Village has been carefully chosen to enhance this beautiful, bustling gem niche with leading tourist spots like Garryvoe Hotel, Grapefruit Moon Restaurant and Spanish Point in its locality.
Leaders in the world of pottery and glassware are brothers Stephen and Simon Pearce who choose Shanagarry village as their hub for creation.
If it isn't the delights of fine cooking and crockery that draws people to Shanagarry every year, the legendary "Ballycotton 10" race puts this area on the map.
www.dreamireland.com /property/Shanagarry_Holiday_Homes.19516.html   (568 words)

  
 Shanagarry B&B - Newcastle West B&B Limerick Accommodation - Shanagarry B&B Newcastle West Bed and Breakfast ...
Shanagarry B&B is a member of the all Ireland B&B network and B&B Guide - the sister site to Irish Holiday Rentals.
Guests are welcome to use the garden at the rear of the house - Garden Table, Parasol and reclining chairs to relax after a hectic day’s sight seeing.
As our home is situated halfway between Limerick and Kerry, and within an hour’s drive of Shannon or Kerry Airport, Shanagarry B&B is an ideal stopover on your travels or base in which to explore the West Coast i.e.
www.shanagarrybnb.com   (606 words)

  
 Irish get cooking, naturally - The Boston Globe
SHANAGARRY, Ireland -- This country's traditional culinary heritage may be going the way of donkey carts and Sunday Mass.
Ireland is now not only a hot foodie destination, but also an excellent place for learning to cook.
That new reality comes into focus at the Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry where I recently arrived in time for lunch.
www.boston.com /travel/articles/2006/05/21/irish_get_cooking_naturally   (867 words)

  
 RTÉ News: GM sugar beet crop at Shanagarry attacked
Investigations are continuing into the total destruction of a crop of a Monsanto sponsored genetically modified sugar beet at Shanagarry, near Midleton in County Cork over the weekend.
According to a Monsanto company spokesperson, over £40,000 of damage was caused to the test site when the crop was cut down and trampled upon.
The Monsanto-sponsored crop at Shanagarry was damaged with scythes.
www.rte.ie /news/1999/0816/monsanto.html   (207 words)

  
 Stephen Pearce Shops and Gallery - Shanagarry, Douglas, County Cork
Stephen's parents Philip and Lucy Pearce established Shanagarry Pottery, down a leafy lane, on the shores of Ballycotton Bay in 1953.
The fl and white Shanagarry design was first produced here and soon became an internationally recognised Irish design classic.
In 1991 Stephen took over the running of the Shanagarry Pottery and moved some of the production to his new, purpose built pottery, one mile up the road to Shanagarry Village, to the Stephen Pearce Gallery, in the grounds of Shanagarry Castle.
www.stephenpearce.com /info/our_shops.html   (359 words)

  
 East Cork Shanagarry, Ireland
Shanagarry, meaning Old Garden, is the birthplace of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania State.
It is now more famous for Ballymaloe House and Darina Allen’s Cookery School and Gardens.
Shanagarry has clean sandy beaches ideal for swimming, angling and is a paradise for birdwatchers.
www.cork-guide.ie /shanagarry   (55 words)

  
 Ballymaloe Shop Café, Shanagarry County Cork Café, eat in Shanagarry Co. Cork Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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She offers a simple menu of salads, light lunches, cakes and biscuits - goats cheese, potato & mint tart, Alison’s chocolate tart, and pistachio macaroons are specialities.
Everything is based on locally sourced fresh ingredients as far as possible, including smoked seafood from Frank Hederman in Cobh, local organic salads, Bill Casey’s Shanagarry smoked salmon, and Gubbeen smoked bacon.
www.ireland-guide.com /establishment/ballymaloe_shop_cafe.3306.html   (234 words)

  
 Shanagarry, Midleton, Co. Cork, Munster, Ireland, from Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay, Ireland
Shanagarry, Midleton, Co. Cork, Munster, Ireland, from Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay, Ireland
Darina Allen’s recipes, renowned cookery school and the hugely popular Farmers’ Market that she started in Midleton (don’t miss it), have made hers a household name in Ireland...
White House for 6-8; Barn for 12; Pink Cottage for 10; Coach House for 8; Playroom; Rocket House for 2 (2 miles away).
www.sawdays.co.uk /search/display.php?FileID=ir6508   (189 words)

  
 ballymaloe.html
is located near the village of Shanagarry, Co. Cork, Ireland.
This is the home of a very well known Irish Cookery School, Restaurant, and Guest House operated by the Allen family.
Nearby villages are Cloyne, Ballycotton, Midleton and Shanagarry.
bobmax.tripod.com /ballymaloe.html   (149 words)

  
 Irish Echo Online - News
Family moved to Shanagarry, Cork, when Pearce was four years old.
Pearce's mother, a Welsh dressmaker, met and married his father, a British potter in London, where the family lived until they moved to Shanagarry when he was four.
Pearce's father went on to establish the well-known Shanagarry Pottery house and eagerly passed his skills on to both Pearce and his brother Stephen (who later took over the Shanagarry label and runs his own pottery business in Ireland).
www.irishecho.com /newspaper/story.cfm?id=17477   (2570 words)

  
 TNT
There were scenes of intense sadness in the quiet east Cork village of Shanagarry yesterday as the remains of Bernadette O'Brien, the teenager who died after being crushed at the Point Theatre last weekend, were laid to rest.
Bernadette's family was surrounded by hundreds of sympathizers in the church near her home, where Requiem Mass was concelebrated.
It was already to late for Bernadette O'Brien, a 170year-old high school student from the small coastal village of Shanagarry, in County Cook.
www.starla.org /articles/tnt4.htm   (1941 words)

  
 Shanagarry Accommodation - Accommodation in Shanagarry Ireland
Our rates for Shanagarry Accommodation are set by the Accommodation directly thereby offering you the best value anywhere online.
All our Shanagarry Accommodation are Irish Tourism Board approved and bookings are made via our secure server ensuring your credit card details are protected at all times.
We wish you and enjoyable stay in Shanagarry and hope to welcome you back to our site again.
www.irishaccommodationguide.com /cork-shanagarry.html   (180 words)

  
 Honorary Conferring of Myrtle Allen
Initially this was across Cork Harbour to a new home with her husband on the farm at Shanagarry in East Cork.
The very fact that today, unlike places such as Doreenmacotter or even Gyleen, we do not have to explain where Shanagarry and Ballymaloe are located, is almost entirely due to the life and career of Myrtle Allen.
Even during the sixties, Myrtle had begun to impart her knowledge in the form of cookery courses where she was, of course, joined by her daughter-in-law Darina Allen and so began the famous Ballymaloe Cookery School, which is based today back at Shanagarry.
www.ucc.ie /opa/honconfer/myrtleallencitation.html   (900 words)

  
 Accommodation in Ballymaloe, Ireland - Ballymaloe Cottage guest house, the perfect base for a holiday on the coast of ...
Ballymaloe Cottage offers luxury holiday accommodation for your vacation in Ireland in the beautiful countryside of Ballymaloe near the villages of Shanagarry, Ballycotton, Cloyne and Garryvoe on the coast of East Cork.
Just a few minutes away lie the beaches of Shanagarry and Garryvoe, and the village of Ballycotton, renowned for its sea angling, bird sanctuary and quaint restaurants and pubs.
Also near are Midleton Distillery, Fota Wild Life Park, Cobh Heritage Centre and the historical town of Youghal.
www.ballymaloecottage.com /index.html   (288 words)

  
 White Lodge B&B - Midleton, Ireland
• The Ballycotton bus passes through Shanagarry, just ask the driver to stop at Burkes Caravan Park, which is approx 100 metres from White Lodge.
Stay on main N25 until you get to Castlemartyr, there is a set of traffic lights, turn right, it is signposted Shanagarry r632.
As you approach Shanagarry village you will see a sign on your left that says pottery, we are the third house on the right, after the pottery sign.
www.hostelz.com /hotel/49128-White-Lodge-B&B   (577 words)

  
 "cooking school" - Shopping.com
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 Shanagarry
The Irish Riviera is easier to reach than other Irish resorts in West Cork or Kerry, is unspoiled and has more to offer.
This section of our website is under construction and at this time we have no Shanagarry accommodation available on our site.
The Irish Riviera is a beautiful stretch of coastal resorts in the south of Ireland.
www.theirishriviera.com /shanagarry.html   (354 words)

  
 Ballycotton. A famous fishing village in Cork ireland.
A famous fishing village, Ballycotton has both a lighthouse and a world-famous lifeboat.
Ballycotton enjoys the proximity of Midleton, Cloyne, Castlemartyr, Garryvoe, Shanagarry area, but it is a place apart, special.
A rocky spur thrusting out into the sea, its cosy harbour side contrasts with its wild Atlantic cliff side, giving variety in scenery and climate.
www.ballycotton.com   (99 words)

  
 Tomatoes From Ballymaloe Cooking School Shanagarry Ireland picture
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www.exploitz.com /Tomatoes-From-Ballymaloe-Cooking-School-Shanagarry-Ireland-picture.php   (256 words)

  
 Roseville Bed & Breakfast - Youghal, Co. Cork, Ireland. - Home
Fota Wildlife Park: An exciting day out, for all the family but particularly for the younger children.
Shanagarry Pottery: Steven Pearce, the potter of international renown has his workshops and craft centre in Shanagarry.
Ballycotton: A traditional fishing port and lifeboat station with excellent walks and restaurants.
www.rosevillebb.com /SightSeeing.html   (353 words)

  
 Stephen Pearce
Since the 1950's the Pearce family have been at the heart of pottery making in Shanagarry; Co Cork.
Stephen began his apprenticeship under his father Philip Pearce in 1962, when he helped develop the Shanagarry range of earthenware.
In 1991 Stephen took over the running of Shanagarry Pottery from his father Philip, purchasing the ruins of Shanagarry Castle and its grounds.
www.travelpublishing.co.uk /countrylivingireland/Cork/CLI28213.htm   (209 words)

  
 Food Network: Old-Fashioned Salad with Shanagarry Cream Dressing
Garnish with spring onion and watercress, scatter the remaining egg white (from the dressing) over the salad and some chopped parsley.
Put a tiny bowl of Shanagarry Cream Dressing in the center of each plate and serve immediately while the salad is crisp and before the beetroot starts to run.
Alternatively, the dressing may be served from 1 large bowl.
www.foodnetwork.com /food/cda/recipe_print/0,1946,FOOD_9936_14856_PRINT-RECIPE-FULL-PAGE,00.html   (344 words)

  
 Guide to Ireland, Shanagarry Bed & Breakfast, Co. Limerick
Guide to Ireland, Shanagarry Bed & Breakfast, Co. Limerick
The nearest Beach is within 45 mins drive and is called Ballybunion -in Co Kerry.
Horseriding, or Golf for the more active can all be arranged during your stay in Shanagarry.
www.guide-to-ireland.com /showdetails.php?id=895   (269 words)

  
 Shanagarry Bed and Breakfast Limerick, Bed and Breakfast in Limerick, Ireland
Shanagarry Bed and Breakfast Limerick, Bed and Breakfast in Limerick, Ireland
A Warm greeting home on outer edge of old market town.
Newcastle West Agricultural Show and Horse Show - held yearly in mid July.
www.travelinireland.com /county/limerick/limerick_accommodation/limerick_bed_and_breakfast/limerick_shanagarry_bed_breakfast.htm   (89 words)

  
 Irish Gifts, Musical Gifts, & Southwest Gifts from AgaveGifts.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Your shipment will be sent 24 hours from receipt of your order.
Stephen Pearce Pottery and Dinnerware - Shanagarry Style Creamer and Sugar Jar
Stephen Pearce Pottery and Dinnerware - Shanagarry Style Round Vegetable Dishes
www.agavegifts.com /detail.aspx?ID=7   (147 words)

  
 Ballymaloe House bed and breakfast inn - Shanagarry,
Ballymaloe House a Shanagarry, Ireland Bed & Breakfast Inn
Ballymaloe is a large country house on a 400 acre farm, 20 miles east of Cork City, Ireland.
Please inquire as to which Associations this inn is affiliated.
www.lanierbb.com /inns/wwbb1379.html   (545 words)

  
 Ballycotton, Ballynamona and Shanagarry (Important Birds Areas of Ireland)
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Visitor pressure may cause disturbance to wintering birds, and the natural erosion of intertidal habitats is a threat.
The site lies within a proposed candidate Special Area for Conservation (Ballycotton, Ballynamona and Shanagarry; area not known).
www.birdlife.org /datazone/sites/index.html?action=SitHTMDetails.asp&sid=600&m=0   (286 words)

  
 Welcome to Cork Kerry-Shanagarry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
You are here: Home > Places to Go > Cork Towns & Villages > Shanagarry
, is located at Shanagarry, and the Penn story is to be the centre of a major new visitor attraction in the area.
Stephen's design philosophy of simplicity can be clearly seen in his two ranges of earthenware: The "Traditional" range of terracotta pots decorated with a creamy white glaze, which is now Ireland's best known pottery range, and the striking "Shanagarry" fl fused with white glaze.
www.corkkerry.ie /?id=147   (108 words)

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