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New food series with top chef

Wednesday, 29th November, 2017 5:31pm

Cork’s RedFM have teamed up with the head chef at the award-winning Ballinacurra House David Rice to launch a new online TV series called ‘Fed by Red’.
The new four part food series features people from all over Cork who responded to a call out on ‘The Neil Prendeville Show’ earlier in the month looking for people who had problems with food.

The first show aired last Thursday on both Cork RedFM’s Facebook page and YouTube channel, and featured a busy working couple from Mitchelstown who are time poor and need some help in the kitchen.

The presenter of the show, David Rice is also the co-founder of Kinsale Gourmet Academy, and helped the couple to make healthier choices and show them how to prepare fast easy dinners that will work with their busy lifestyles.

David said ‘Fed by Red’ is about bringing the reality back to food shows.

"We all watch food shows that make everything look pretty, but that is not the reality for people who are coming home from work tired, with very little time to prep anything, so we are showing them how to use the tools they already have in the most efficient way," he added.

Stephen Ryan, Head of Marketing at Cork’s RedFM said: "With new shows like ‘Fed by Red’, we want to create content that works great both on radio and digital by giving a different experience each time." Stephen is also looking forward to new shows in 2018 with the opening of their new custom built-in house TV studio.

Full details of the programme including recipes will be available on

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