Irelands Food Story

Soul Rolls – the silver bullet for Limerick sushi lovers

When people look for a magical, quick fix to something they invariably search for the often elusive silver bullet. Louise Miller’s silver bullet solution for supplying sushi at Limerick’s Milk Market came in the form of a custom-designed sushi kitchen, built to order inside a silver coloured food truck that’s shaped like a bullet.  It…

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Sefik Dikyar’s Baklava To Die For at the Milk Market

Sefik Dikyar’s journey to Limerick from the town of Tire, near the city of Izmir on Turkey’s Aegean coast, has all the drama of the hit film Four Weddings and a Funeral. A surprise invitation to a wedding, then a last-minute invite to stand in as an emergency witness for the groom, led to Sefik…

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Moca Food & Wine

The Milk Market has an exotic mix of international food cultures but no market would be complete without an authentic Italian offering.  Andrea Della Greca’s Moca Food & Wine stall brings you everything from cold cuts to cannolis.  Andrea hails from Tuscany, near the beautiful city of Lucca, which is famous for its renaissance walls…

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Ecaterina Cakes

Ecaterina has been selling the most beautiful cakes imaginable in the Milk Market for ten years. Like a lot of the traders in the market, she learned her trade at her mother’s knee. “Like a lot of Irish people, especially the women in the Milk Market, I learned how to bake from my mother. I…

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The Sunvale Soap Co

There is stiff competition when it comes to the best smells in the Milk Market  – is it the coffee at Harper’s, the grilled sausages at Country Choice, the crepes at Bon Appetit?  But for those who stop at the Sunvale Soap Co stall, there can be only one winner – the fresh, clean aroma…

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Capturing the Artisan Food story of The Limerick Milk Market

A new video portraying the Limerick Milk Market Traders’ Food Story was launched Wednesday 18th November 2015 in the Gallery, Market House, at the Milk Market. Attended by the Milk Market Traders, Market Trustees, MKPTV, Failte Ireland, Media and Limerick Metropolitan Mayor Jerry O’Dea. Filmed over a number of busy Saturday mornings from first light, the video…

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