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ARTISAN FOOD

TO ORDER

Preserves List – to order email burrenkitchengarden@gmail.com

Remember that all year round we have different seasonal sources of sugar, fruit or vegetables. I grow many of the fruits and vegatables but have to source sugar, oranges, plums and some other ingredients.

MARMALADE
PLUM JAM

MUSTARD HONEY DRESSING
BUTTERSCOTCH SAUCE
HUMMOUS

WILD GARLIC PESTO * April/May only
RHUBARB CONSERVE * Summer only
STRAWBERRY
 CONSERVE * Summer only

* August to March
APPLE SYRUP for Juice
BLACKCURRANT & APPLE JAM

BRAMLEY APPLE JELLY

SPICY APPLE CHUTNEY

TOMATO & APPLE RELISH

BLACKBERRY & APPLE JAM *
* Winter
CRANBERRY SAUCE
CUMBERLAND SAUCE
REDCURRANT JELLY
WINTER JELLY - Limited Supply *Ingredients: Sloes, Blackberry, Crab Apple, Elderberry, Haws and Rosehip.
POACHED PEAR SAUCE​
Limited Supply * Seasonal please enquire

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THE BURREN

The Burren is known for its food. Many of us sell through local shop and farmers markets. 

The fertile valleys of the Burren are a host to several cultivated and market gardens and many dairy, lamb and beef farmers and artisan food producers including smoked salmon, cheese, honey and preserves makers and shellfish providers.

Guided FOOD Tours

We offer guided tours to visit food producers and growers, gardens and some award winning restaurants and cafés in the area. 

Cookery Class

Learn how to make preserves and local favorites such as Carageen pudding. Remember that you can preserve food in many ways and using many methods. Dry or Freeze, use sugar, salt, oil, brine and so on...

Garden Development & Care

You get an opportunity to learn some more ‘secrets’ of garden care during an afternoon workshop and taste the best of local Burren food.

Burren Food Experience - Visit the Burren

WORKSHOPS & Guided Walks

Each year, using a glasshouse, we cultivate from seed most of our herbs, flowers and vegetables, which means that friends and other growers can get nursery plants from us. Otherwise all of our plants are grown outdoors. This has given us good experience of seasonal planting and soil conditions necessary to grow well. Composting and soil management are a vital part of the garden routine. Much of the fruit, vegetables and herbs grown go into the food we produce under the label Burren Kitchen Garden, which we sell at the local farmers market on Saturdays. These foods are primarily sweet and savoury preserves. We have also been having fun with designing the elements of the garden from locally sourced materials, building garden objects and play objects for children. Being so close to the Burren, woods we forage for wild foods, such as hazelnuts, blackberries and sloes. As we are in the north Burren on the southern shore of Galway Bay we do shoreline walks also, hightlighting the maritime heritage and food.

​CLAREVILLE HOUSE KITCHEN GARDEN​

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