Radio chef celebrates show

A LOCAL chef who is delighting radio listeners with his show on Dundalk FM is off to New York in June to cook for the Irish Network Organisation.

A LOCAL chef who is delighting radio listeners with his show on Dundalk FM is off to New York in June to cook for the Irish Network Organisation.

Karl Moore celebrated the first anniversary of his radio show ‘Karl’s Kitchen Flavours’ on Friday, March 18.

“We have a great following on the show now and I’m heading to New York on the back of its success,” said Karl.

“I’m going to do a cookery demonstration which promotes local produce. I’ll start with roast red bell pepper and tomato soup and Darver Cottage soda bread.

“I’m also going to do a delicious raspberry and meringue roulade with Cooley whiskey cream.”

Based in Darver, Karl cooks live on air on the second and fourth Friday of every month at 11.15am.

He also teaches cookery classes in O’Fiaich College in Dundalk. Karl recently taught a ten-week course to members of Mental Health Ireland (MHI) and has since drafted recipes for MHI’s national website.

“There will be a video link with recipes on the site. The recipes are very simple to make and of course, really tasty too,” he said.

For more information on Karl’s Dundalk FM radio show visit http://karlskitchenflavours.blogspot.com.