Story #052 - Tadgh Byrne

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Chef Tadgh Byrne grew up in Portugal before moving to Ireland at the age of 9. After high school, he went on to study culinary arts at the Technological University in Dublin. After honing his skills in restaurants and hotels around Ireland and Australia, as well as teaching culinary arts at Ballyknocken Cookery School, Tadgh went on to study Gastronomy and Food Studies in the master’s program at the Dublin Institute of Technology.

A trained chef, he also opened his own catering company called “Fed Up Catering” and founded and writes for a blog about food and culture in Dublin called “The Feed”. His research focuses on government policy and food supplies during World War II and is a current member of the Wicklow Naturally network.

CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Technological University, Dublin, Ireland

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