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News! Chef Kevin Dundon from Downtown Disney’s Raglan Road Stars In New Cooking Show

Raglan Road fans will want to tune in to the new PBS Cooking Show, Modern Irish Food, starring Celebrity Chef Kevin Dundon!

Yup! This Disney Chef has his own TV show! Awesome! Who says Disney World is just burgers and ice cream?

In case you haven’t been there, dining at Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant in Downtown Disney Orlando is a consistently yummo experience. On the menu — contemporary Irish dishes such as Dalkey Duo Sausages, Bangers and Booz with Guinness Stew and Mashed potatoes, and Keen Eye for Shepherd’s Pie! Plus the best soups in the whole wide world.

AND — Kevin Dundon was my very first interview waaaaay back when I started DFB in 2009. He was so kind and generous with his time; a true blue kind of guy. So let’s support his superstardom and tune in!

Raglan Road in Downtown Disney

Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food Show will air in Central Florida and on PBS stations across the United States. It’s been picked up by Create TV (part of the PBS family) for February 2014. Episodes will air at 2PM Saturdays on WUCF-TV in Central Florida through December 21, 2013.

With award-winning chef Kevin Dundon at the helm, this new television series will focus on Irish cuisine made with local herbs and veggies. Just like at Raglan Road, Dundon gives viewers a modern look at traditional Irish dishes.

Based on his new cookbook, Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food, the series will culminate with a “Christmas Made Easy” segment.

The show was filmed at Dundon’s four-star Dunbrody Country House Hotel & Restaurant, Cookery School and Spa, in Ireland. Check your local listings as episodes began airing October 26 in the Orlando area.

Kevin Dundon

Upcoming episodes include:

Nov. 16 – Fish, Hunt and Harvest: Kevin prepares smoked mackerel with a black currant Jus. Also: Skeaghanore duck breast with black cherries, pickled wild mushrooms, sautéed garlic potatoes and to finish, a spiced apple with Killowen yogurt.

Nov. 23 – Birds, Bass and Berries: Kevin creates a woodpigeon salad; whole roasted sea bass in a sea salt crust; crushed baby potatoes; and a sea vegetable salad. Finally, a fresh and tasty elderflower and gooseberry layered “fool” dessert.

Nov. 30 – Comfort Foods: Kevin presents his take on Arthurstown fish chowder; slow roasted lemon-cured pork belly; pancetta and cheese mash; braised sweet & sour cabbage; and an indulgent Irish cream bread and butter pudding.

Dec. 7 – Simple Delights: Kevin prepares a caramelized Dunmore East scallop tart served with a simple rocket (arugula) salad; warm roasted garlic cottage pie; orzo pasta risotto and sourdough bread; and heather-infused buttermilk panna cotta with honey.

Scallop Tart at Raglan Road!

Dec. 14 – Savory to Sweet: Kevin serves up a warming courgette and almond soup followed by a rack of Wexford lamb with an Asian twist served with a potato rosti. Also featured: caramelized apple chutney; dandelion salad with bacon and poached eggs; and orange marmalade pudding.

Dec. 21 – Christmas Made Easy: Kevin shows his audience how to prepare the perfect Christmas dinner: smoked salmon gateau, twice-stuffed turkey, marmalade-glazed ham, pork rack with apple compote, cranberry and chestnut sprouts, and very cherry tiramisu.

If you’re a Raglan Road fan, vote for Dundon’s cookbook at http://irishbookawards.ie/vote/!

Can’t wait to watch, Chef Dundon!

Are you a fan of Raglan Road? Let us know your favorite dishes in the comments below!

 

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4 Comments

  1. Essie says:

    Although I’ve never gotten to eaten there, we’re big fans of the Create channel and I’m certainly going to watch for his show.

  2. AJ says:

    Essie — Fantastic! I hope you get to eat at Raglan soon, too!

  3. Wendy says:

    YES!!! Create is terrific :). What cool news!!

  4. Charlene Frame says:

    Dalky Duo sausages, and oh my that Bread and Butter pudding is to die for!!! We love that place and eat there every time we go!

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