Irish broadcaster Ray D’Arcy is helping to roll out SuperValu’s Good Food Karma project across the country.

Last Monday with thanks to SuperValu Ireland and RTÉ Radio One for choosing to broadcast from Westport House, Ray’s afternoon show aired live from the drawing room of the historic Westport House. The live broadcast is part of a roadshow initiative aimed at getting Irish people to cook one more meal from scratch per week.
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He also broadcasted from Dingle, Kinsale and Wexford as part of the roadshow.

The Good Food Karma Project Roadshow is led by SuperValu’s team of ambassadors, including celebrity chefs Kevin Dundon and Martin Shanahan, Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan, The Happy Pear’s David and Stephen Flynn (who featured in the Westport broadcast) and former All-Ireland camogie player Anna Geary, all of whom will help Ireland improve their culinary skills.

After his programme, Ray D’Arcy spoke to reporter Claire McNamara of The Connaught Telegraph about his own love of cooking.

Wishing Ray and his team as well as all the folks at Super Valu much success in getting Ireland cooking on your roadshow!


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