Marking NI’s Year of Food and the January’s ‘Breakfast Month’ focus, Lisnacurran Country House in Dromore, has teamed up with some of Lisburn and Castlereagh’s best local producers, Hollah Preserving from Moira and Ruby Blue from Lisburn to offer its take on an alternative breakfast.
From Lisnacurran’s wholesome porridge served with a “smidgen” of Hollah Preserving Chilli, Strawberry and Prosecco Relish; toasted sesame bagel served with Irish crispy bacon, Fivemiletown Ballybrie cheese and Hollah Preserving Vodka and Wild Cranberry Jelly; to Traditional Lisnacurran Ulster Fry with a dollop of Hollah Preserving Bucky BBQ Sauce; these are just some of the tasty collaborations on offer at Lisnacurran throughout January.
All the above can be top off with a RubyBlue Bloody Mary – a new take on a classic and toned down for breakfast! Or Bucks Fizz, Lisnacurran Style! – freshly squeezed orange juice with a small splash of Ruby Blue Wild Cranberry Liqueur to waken you up!
Speaking on the new breakfast menu in place to mark ‘Breakfast Month’, Chairman of the Economic Development Committee, Alderman Allan Ewart at Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council says: “2016 is Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink, and a time to celebrate all that is delicious and available on our doorstep. January’s focus for the Year of Food and Drink is the most important meal of the day – Breakfast. Throughout this month the council will be celebrating stories and traditions behind our local breakfast produce – where it comes from, where it is available etc. and the importance of eating breakfast. Lisburn & Castlereagh has a wealth of great local producers and it is great to see other businesses from other sectors like Lisnacurran, working hand in hand with some of our local successes.”
Lisnacurran Country House have also a special stay two nights pay for one for the month of January just book direct and quote #EnjoyNI16