FAMILIES ASKED TO JOIN SEARCH FOR IRELAND’SBEST BANANA DESSERT CREATIONBanana importers Fyffes has issued an invitation to mums, dads and children throughout Cork and beyond to join in a search to find Ireland’s ‘Best Banana Dessert’ creation.Fronting the search to find this year’s winning creations is Ireland’s well-known television cook, DonalSkehanwhose programmes are a favourite amongst viewers and wannabe cooks. The popular presenter hopes to repeat the success of last year, when his task was to judge Ireland’s most creative banana bread bakers– a quest that gave widespread recognition to the talents of Ireland’s overall winner, Cobh native Gillian Carney and another Cork winner, Heather O’Sullivan from Bantry who topped the ‘Best Gluten-Free’ category.Donal enjoying the help fromsiblings Ellie (9) and Ryan (7)Connor.Reward will go to the overall winner and best junior baker with recognition for originality in a number of other areas. Entries are open from 14th – 19th April, with winners announced on National Banana Day itself, 21st April, an initiative devised to support the national drive to encourage healthy eating, especially amongst young and growing children.Details and entries online at Facebook –http://www.facebook.com/FyffesIreland/and Instagram –http://www.instagram.com/fyffes_ireland/using #FyffesGBBO21
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