Mar 15 2019

Dingle Pies & Colcannon with Agnes Devereux, Village Tea Room

  • 6:00pm
  • 37b north front street, kingston, ny 12401

Agnes is back for her second annual St Patrick’s workshop and we are in for a real treat! Outside of her excellent culinary achievements, Agnes is such a wonderful person to be in the presence of…learning from and spending time in the kitchen with her is a true joy.

The luck of the Irish be with us all as we learn to make Dingle Pies, a savoury lamb meat pie favored traditionally by shepherds on the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland; Colcannon, a traditional mashed potato & cabbage dish; and Sherry Trifle and Homemade Irish Cream to cap it all off!

$85 per student includes 3hr workshop and recipes + eat-what-you-make.  Please feel free to BYOB if you care to imbibe while we eat.

Call 845 514 2300 or follow the link to purchase tickets.

Many people claim to have spent their whole life in the hospitality business. Few can claim to have been born in it! Agnes Devereux’s story began in a small village at the foot of a mountain in “the golden vale” of Ireland. Her parents had a hotel and before home births were fashionable she was born in room number nine. Ireland’s hospitality is world famous and life revolved around their guests, many of whom came back year after year from all corners of the world. Baking was one of her favourite tasks, inspiring some of her best childhood memories of delicious meals and the memory of a house filled with the scent of stews and soups and cakes.

From Ireland to Paris to Manhattan and now upstate New York, her restaurant The Village TeaRoom Restaurant & Bake Shop in New Paltz is a testament to her culinary history. From Duck Confit to Dingle Pies, the menu pays homage to comfort foods from around the world while using the finest of local ingredients.