Thyme for Kids - a family, food, and franchising blog
Thyme for Kids - a family, food, and franchising blog
Into food, family, or franchising? You're in the right place. The recipe for blogging here at YCA is to keep it simple, entertaining, educational, and to the point. We take one simple concept and give you our unique perspective.
From our franchisees, our students, or our corporate staff - if you hear it here, you know it's all us, all original and all fresh. We might tell you the story of a bright young chef who taught his instructor a few things, then next maybe the latest culinary trend (beef tongue sliders?). There is nothing ordinary about any of our franchises, and we delight in sharing the extraordinary "scoop"! Enjoy, comment, and please share.
12:03 PM

Our Favorite Female Irish Chefs - Young Chefs Academy

Thyme for Kids… a family, food, and franchising blog

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day with 3 Inspirational Irish Women; Catherine Fulvio, Clodagh McKenna, Rachel Allen

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day (March 17th), Women's History Month, and International Women's Day (March 8th), we turn to the Emerald Isle -- and rejoice in all the culinary adventures the following chefs bring the world. These 3 women have emerged as Ireland's top chefs for their delicious douse on the stereotypical flames that Irish cuisine is only about boiled corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, and beer!

Screen Shot 2015-03-16 at 9.31.44 PM

Clodagh McKenna
The lovely Clodagh McKenna is known for her take on "simple, delicious, family food" and we can see why - just made her cheddar cheese thyme scones with Irish Dubliner cheese and, yum! She runs two successful restaurants, appears weekly on the television show, Ireland AM, and contributes to a regular column in the Irish Times. Her sixth Read More

© 2015 Young Chefs Academy