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I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

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Greenes Restaurant, Cork

Modern, innovative, international cuisine using local fresh produce, specialising in seafood dishes but vegetarians and carnivores are also welcome! All menus reflect the seasonal changes and weather permitting customers can dine al fresco in our heated courtyard garden overlooking a waterfall, which is floodlit by night.

Reviews for Greenes Restaurant

A bit disappointed

reviewed by: luckyjuckyon Greenes Restaurant 23 June 2011

My husband and I were very excited to dine at Greenes for our anniversary. It had such great references and the setting was beautiful with the picturesque waterfall in the background. Unfortunately, it seriously underdelivered against ... Read more...

luckyjucky would not recommend.luckyjucky would not use again.

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High hopes but sadly disappointed

reviewed by: corkfood2010on Greenes Restaurant 13 November 2010

Greenes was one of the only restaurants in Cork I had never visited and I manage 2 restaurants a week usually, so it was with great delight that I discovered they were taking part in the Dine In Cork promotion. I booked a table for ... Read more...

corkfood2010 would not recommend.corkfood2010 would not use again.

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Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.