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Home LIFE & STYLE FOOD & DRINK Popular American baking magazine showcases Galway's culinary scene

Popular American baking magazine showcases Galway’s culinary scene

A popular US baking magazine has dedicated its entire July/August issue to Ireland’s culinary scene.

The bumper ‘Authentic Ireland’ edition of Bake from Scratch features delicious recipes and interviews with many local food producers, as well as some of Galway’s top ‘foodie’ experiences. 

The magazine has a print circulation of 150,000 and a digital monthly reach of around 30 million readers.

Earlier this year, Tourism Ireland in the United States partnered with the popular magazine as well as premier kitchen and home furnishings retailer Williams Sonoma.

As part of the collaboration, a team of editors from Bake from Scratch and Williams Sonoma, together with a videographer, photographer and five food and lifestyle bloggers, visited in January to capture content for the ‘Authentic Ireland’ edition.

The resulting July/August magazine features ‘mouth-watering’ photography throughout and some great articles profiling Kylemore Abbey’s Chocolate Kitchen, Tartare Café + Wine Bar, the Black Gate Cultural Centre and Sheridans Cheesemongers.

Alison Metcalfe, Tourism Ireland’s Head of North America and Australia, said: “Tourism Ireland was delighted to welcome the Bake from Scratch and Williams Sonoma teams on a culinary adventure around Ireland last January.

“We are really pleased with the excellent coverage in the special ‘Authentic Ireland’ edition of Bake from Scratch. It’s a great way of keeping Ireland and our superb culinary scene to the fore in the US. We look forward to welcoming American visitors to Ireland, as soon as the time is right.”


Michael Malone
Email me at editor@galwaydaily.com
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