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Celebrity chef to cook up a storm in free demonstration

Donegal County Council Library Service is delighted to announce that Celebrity Chef and now Donegal’s Local Food Hero Brian McDermott will be holding a free cookery demonstration in Central Library Letterkenny on Thursday , April 26 at 7pm.
 
The event is part of the Healthy Ireland at your library programme.  Healthy Ireland is a national campaign for action to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Ireland. Its main focus is on prevention and keeping people healthier for longer. More information is available atwww.librariesireland.ie/healthyireland .
 
Donegal’s Healthy Ireland at your library service Co-ordinator, Kevin Mc Caul said: “We are delighted that Brian has agreed to be associated with the Healthy Ireland Programme. His inclusion will allow us to promote the wide range of health and well being resources available in libraries across the County. We look forward to welcoming Brian and everyone on the night.”
 
Brian will be cooking up a storm in the library and showing the audience how to cook some healthy meals for family and friends.
 
Brian’s new book entitled ‘The Donegal Table’ will be available to borrow from the library on the night.  We will also be giving some copies away to a few lucky audience members. This is going to be a popular evening so early booking is advised.
 
To book please contact Central Library on 074 9124950.

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