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Tribal Foods/Heneghan’s Nurseries

Tribal Foods was established in 2014 by husband & wife team, Liam and Theresa Heneghan, to create a unique range of sauces, jams & chutneys made using produce grown on their farm in Athenry.

The Heneghan family built their first glasshouse in Galway in 1935 and are the largest glasshouse growers in the West of Ireland. All the crops are still soil-grown traditionally, and sustainability is the cornerstone of production. The main crops grown on the farm are tomatoes, peppers & chillies, but also grow a large range of other fruit, vegetables and herbs for use in their sauces.

As all of their sauces are designed around the fruit & vegetables grown on the farm, this has led to a selection of original recipes with a flavour profile all of their own, like the award-winning ‘Strawberry Chilli Dressing’ and ‘Red Pepper Jam’.

No artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives are used and everything is made in small batches on the farm.

DK Connemara Oysters: Daily Tours

You’ll find DK Connemara Oysters in a remote, pristine bay on the Wild Atlantic Way. Here we farm and produce some of the finest oysters in the west of Ireland. The tour is a unique multi sensory experience and includes shucking demonstrations and oyster tasting.
We encourage the guests to ask questions and participate. Most of all to relax and enjoy the scenery and flavours of our Oysters.

Contact us for more details & visit our website to find out about our daily tour experiences.


TamiJoy was raised up by her maternal Irish grandparents in the US. Her love for the outdoors came from toddling around with her Irish grandfather, born and raised in Ireland, where she now resides. He instilled in her an appreciation to respect the land, whatever you do, do it to the best of your ability and steady and slow always wins the race. Her grandfather was an avid gardener, and he enlightened her with the knowledge that food produced by one’s own hand is the healthiest, tastiest and should be shared with anyone and everyone that comes to the table. Then a visit to Ireland to see her grandfather’s home, that he often talked about, made her realize where she would like to live. As as fate would have it, TamiJoy and her spouse, Rocky, bought a famine stone cottage next door to the family home and restored it to a beautiful home overlooking the sea, filled with travel memorabilia and surrounded by acres of farm land.

TamiJoy learned to cook from her two grandmother’s, who taught her the basics of home cooking. And over the years, she developed her own bespoke methods using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients, including her own organically grown vegetables and fruits along with locally sourced seafood and meats. Come meet TamiJoy and experience her love of Ireland, walk the gardens, meet the farm animals and indulge your tastebuds around her farm table.

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