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Best Possible Taste

IRELAND’S LONGEST-RUNNING FOOD & DRINK RADIO SHOW & PODCAST, CELEBRATING 10 YEARS ON THE AIRWAVES IN 2023!

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Latest Episodes

26 June 2018

In this Best Possible Taste episode Ron Forrestal from Forrestal Wine Merchants remind us of the popularity of wines from New Zealand. Sarah O Neill reveals the history of well known brand Kelloggs and introduces us to some new cereals in the range. And Kerry Murphy...

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19 June 2018

19 June 2018

On this episode of Best Possible Taste we visit Sonas Healthfoods to talk to Rosemarie Bennis about ghee, bread, and eggs. We return to Bloom to hear about the Fruit Juice Matters award winning garden by designer Kevin Dennis. And if you’re lucky enough to be planning...

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12 June 2018

12 June 2018

This episode of Best Possible Taste shines a light on Taste of Dublin which takes place every June in Iveagh Gardens. Organiser Avril Bannerton reveals many of the 2018 highlights and Helen Cooke shares the programme of culinary talent taking to the Neff Taste...

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5 June 2018

5 June 2018

In this episode of Best Possible Taste, Sharon Noonan visits Bloom and meets award winning designer Andrew Christopher Dunne and BIM CEO Jim O Toole in the BIM Sustainable Seafood Garden which won Best In Show 2018. Alan Rudden and Caroline Park are in the Santa Rita...

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29 May 2018

29 May 2018

In this week’s Best Possible Taste, we find out how to nourish our skin from the inside out.  To celebrate the launch of Robin Gill’s first cookbook, Larder, and ahead of his appearance at this year's Taste of Dublin, we hear his interview with Sharon Noonan at...

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22 May 2018

In this week’s Best Possible Taste, we find out about the Galway's Westend Street Feast thanks to Lisa Regan.  Award winning drinks’ writer Susan Boyle has details about a collaborative project with the British Museum that focuses on Egyptian beer and Bord Bia’s...

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15 May 2018

15 May 2018

Photo by Griffin Kenemer, NG Studios Manuela Spinelli discusses the annual programme of events hosted by Eurotoques including the organisations upcoming annual awards at Ashford Castle’s walled garden, Sharon Noonan travels to the Burren Slow Food Festival and talks...

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8 May 2018

In this week’s Best Possible Taste, Ron Forrestal from Forrestal Wine Merchants has wine suggestions to enjoy during the summer months. Annie Beresford is on the phone talking about Le Commanderie des Fins Goustiers du Duché d’Alencon. And with the imminent Burren...

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1 May 2018

1 May 2018

In this week’s Best Possible Taste, Sharon Noonan congratulates Danny Martinez Doyle from Dan Cronin’s Bar & Bistro in Newcastle West, Co Limerick on winning the All Ireland Chowder Cook Off. We delve into the archives to hear a 2015 interview with chef Clare...

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24 April 2018

RO 10 April 2018   In this week’s Best Possible Taste, Sharon Noonan is in North County Dublin to find out about the Seamus Ennis Arts Centre in Naul. Newly elected chair of the Irish Food Writers’ Guild, Kristen Jensen, shares details about the annual IFWG awards....

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10 April 2018

10 April 2018

In this week’s Best Possible Taste, we find out about the culinary side of poet Michael Hartnett and hear about the “Pulled Pork & Poetry” event that is part of the 2018 Eigse programme. Theresa Storey from the Green Apron shares her plans to start a tea...

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3 April 2018

This week’s Best Possible Taste features “What a BLASt – 10 Years of the Irish Food Awards.”  This radio documentary was produced by Sharon Noonan and Kieran Hurley and aired on UCC 98.3FM on Friday 16 March at 6.00pm on the eve of the opening for entries of the 2018...

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