What’s cooking in Warrenpoint?
We have all had little help from The Whistledown!
If you follow the Whistledown Hotel in Warrenpoint on social media over the last few weeks, you will have been thrilled to get access to some of the tightly held recipe secrets of their chefs.
It’s a perfect ‘Dining In’ Guide to restaurant quality meals at home!
Everyone has been missing friends and family during the Lockdown!
Holy Communions have been postponed.
Weddings and special family occasions have had to be rescheduled.
Birthday and anniversary celebrations have been missed.
Our Beloved Blues on The Bay Festival will not take place at the end of May (Check out our Blues on The Bay Video Gallery)
Ralph McLean always broadcasts his BBC Ulster Show live from the Whistledown to kick off the Blues Festival in Warrenpoint
These occasions of great joy would have taken place in the Whistledown and the other venues in Warrenpoint and beyond only for this wretched pandemic.
This has been a stressful period for all of the hospitality businesses in our area.
But it’s something we all have had to do and anything that can make it a bit easier is surely welcomed.
Cooking during the Lockdown
All this time at home gives us the chance to brush up on our culinary skills (or for some of us just to get started with cooking).
Indeed many of us during this time are planning meals with a lot more focus due to the social distancing at supermarkets and the time to enjoy the actual cooking experience.
It’s great to go online and get some tips from the celebrity chefs but it’s even better to get some tips from some of the best local chefs as we work through these challenging times.
Have you tried to make any of the Whistledown recipes yet?
Here is three top recipes from the Whistledown’s Facebook Page:
- Their World Famous Chicken Curry
- Seafood Risotto (Family Recipe)
- Chocolate Brownie Recipe
How to make Gourmet Restaurant Chicken Curry at home?
Chocolate Brownie Recipe
WHERE TO EAT IN WARRENPOINT?
Restaurants | Cafes | Bistro
- Whistledown Hotel
- Number 7 Duke Street
- The Lough & Quay | Vechia Roma
- Raymie’s Seafood Bar & Grill
- Church Lane
- Bric Cafe
- The Willows
- The Zone Tearooms
- Leafy Greens & Co.
- O’Hares Bakery
- Sweet Pea
WHERE TO EAT IN ROSTREVOR?
- The Rostrevor Inn
- The Church
- The Old School House
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