Traditional pub. Gastro
Fillet of pork with Inch House Black Pudding Mash served with Con’s Cider sauce & garden vegetables, with Con’s Cider Medium Dry 500ml.
(This pairing will run Thur–Sat all day until September 30th)
The first orchard at The Apple Farm near Cahir was planted by the Traas family in 1968, a year after they arrived in Ireland from Holland. Though apples had been grown on the farm for hundreds of years, they began growing much more and once production grew, as well as selling Ireland’s first fresh apples, they began making juices as well. Cider-making was a hobby until 2012, when giving it away to friends became impossible due to the advent of the Facebook ‘friend’. Con Traas is steeped in the apple-growing culture, having won awards for his contribution to fruit-growing from Eurotoques, the Irish Food Writers’ Guild, Bord Bia and the McKenna’s Guide, amongst others.