Belfast food tour

I bought Janine a token for Christmas with Belfast Food Tour.  (www.tourandtaste.co.uk). It’s kind of a group or couple thing to do so we purchased a 2nd ticket and organised it for yesterday.  We met up at St Goerge’s market & the group turned out to be just under 20 – everyone of us from Northern Ireland.

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Caroline, the tour guide can talk – very entertaining and keeps the craic flowing…

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Lots of stuff about local producers, both solid produce and liquid

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time for sausage and soda and potato bread before moving on in the direction of the cathedral quarter.

So a happy morning of sampling hour after hour.  Its amazing the range of local produce you encounter – we are in Ireland so Co. Armagh cider, stout, gin, but also drinking chocolate (with a brownie and a lesson on how to taste chocolate professionally), coffee, salami from Aughnacloy, fabulous pasta, butter made with dulse (makes bread and butter just mouthwatering), oh and this amazing

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‘Passion watermelon rind pickle’ – doesn’t sound great to me but a taste to die for!  In 4 hours saw parts of Belfast I’ve ever seen and was entertained all the way.

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