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Co Limerick podcaster Sharon Noonan invited to join prestigious Irish Food Writers’ Guild

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Podcaster Sharon Noonan pictured above, has produced two BAI-funded radio documentaries: “Devlins’ Yellowman – A Taste of Childhood” and “What a BLASt – Celebrating 10 Years of the Irish Food Awards.” Picture: Kirsty Lyons

Podcaster Sharon Noonan has made significant contributions to the Irish food and drink industry through her engaging radio show and podcast, Best Possible Taste 

podcaster Sharon Noonan
Sharon Noonan

Newcastle West podcaster Sharon Noonan, the long-standing host of the weekly radio show and podcast, Best Possible Taste, has been invited to join the esteemed Irish Food Writers’ Guild (IFWG). Membership of the IFWG is by invitation only and is extended to established food writers who have a recognized and substantial body of work.

Sharon has made significant contributions to the Irish food and drink industry through her engaging radio show and podcast, Best Possible Taste which airs on West Limerick 102FM on Tuesday evenings. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2023, Best Possible Taste is Ireland’s longest-running food and drink radio show/podcast, demonstrating Sharon’s commitment and passion for sharing the stories and innovations within the culinary world.

In addition to her radio show, Sharon has produced two BAI-funded radio documentaries: “Devlins’ Yellowman – A Taste of Childhood” and “What a BLASt – Celebrating 10 Years of the Irish Food Awards.”  These productions further highlight her dedication to documenting and celebrating Ireland’s rich food heritage.


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Joining Sharon as new members of the IFWG for 2024 are:

  1. Jess Murphy: Chef and writer
  2. Paul Flynn: Chef, writer, and TV presenter
  3. Ciara McQuillan: Contributing editor and writer for Gloss magazine
  4. Mick O’Connell: Master of wine and wine writer
  5. Oisin Davis: Spirits columnist and author
  6. Shamim de Brun: Food and drink writer

Sharon expressed her gratitude and excitement about the invitation: “I am deeply honoured to be invited to join the Irish Food Writers’ Guild. It is a privilege to be recognized alongside such esteemed colleagues who share my passion for food writing and broadcasting. I look forward to contributing to the Guild and continuing to promote the best of Irish food and drink.”

The Irish Food Writers’ Guild (IFWG) was founded to promote high standards of writing about food and drink, and to encourage awareness and appreciation of Ireland’s culinary heritage. Membership is by invitation and is extended to food writers who have made significant contributions to the field. The Guild was established to promote high professional standards among food writers and to foster awareness and appreciation of Ireland’s food culture. The Guild’s invitation to Sharon Noonan is a testament to her impactful work and her dedication to the food and drink industry in Ireland.

For more information visit: www.sharonnoonan.com

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