Just in time for Easter, Camerino Bakery will be popping up at Dublin’s street food market,Eatyard, with a bake sale and some baking demos on Saturday 15th April.
Award winning baker Caryna Camerino will show us how to make Challah, a traditional Jewish bread and give us her best Easter cake decorating tips. Caryna will have some of her favourite cakes and breads on sale and will be demoing and chatting with food writer Dee Laffan about baking and Slow Food Dublin.
Caryna Camerino is the baker behind Camerino Bakery. Her bakery has been named in the Irish Times Top 100 places to eat in Ireland, awarded Best in Ireland by McKenna’s Guides/Bridgestone Award in 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012. Her bakery was shortlisted for the Irish Times Best Shops in Ireland 2015 and visiting Camerino Bakery on Capel Street was included in the Irish Independent’s bucket list of 30 things to do in Dublin before you die. Her chocolate raspberry cheesecake brownies won Gold in the Blas na hEireann Irish Food Awards, and were finalists in the Dublin Street Food Awards. Caryna is a member and supporter of Slow Food Dublin.
The Eatyard is a food market / event space on 9-10 South Richmond St right next door to The Bernard Shaw. It’s been 2-4 years in the talking and making, and has grown out of our annual Beatyard & Big Grill festivals, the various flea and car boot sales we’ve hosted and numerous trips to destinations like Austin, London, South Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. A mish-mash of all of the above has gotten us to this point. Eatyard’s aim is to elevate Irish Street Food to a new level and bring a unique casual dining experience to Dublin. We’re always on the hunt for innovative & creative food producers, chefs, cooks or vendors who follow the ethos of doing something simple really well.