‘I can’t afford a garden in Dublin’ – James Kavanagh on moving to Cork

TV presenter James Kavanagh and his partner are in talks with a production company to make a documentary about their planned move from Dublin to Cork.

The social media personality and her partner William Murray, a trained chef and artist, plan to move to Rebel County later this year.

The couple also founded food company Currabinny, named after William’s hometown of Cork, and recently launched a food truck parked at the Goldenbridge Industrial Estate, Inchicore.

Kavanagh, 33, said they want to build their own house and have enough land for a garden.

“We hope to move down within the year, we are looking for land.

“We want to build, so I’m sure you can imagine what it’s like to find builders and surveyors and stuff,” he said.

“I’d like to be somewhere in East Cork, that would be my dream and I’m so ready for my vegetable patch and my chickens, I’m over city life.

“We’re in talks right now with a production company about doing a show where we leave Dublin, move to Cork and build a house. I think the pandemic has taught everyone that depending on the job you can work from anywhere.”

He added that current market prices in Dublin are simply too high.

“I’m only dying for chickens, and I can’t afford a garden in Dublin: you won’t get chickens in Dublin,” he said.

The news comes as Kavanagh has teamed up with RTÉ 2FM breakfast presenter Carl Mullan to present a new show celebrating the best of Ireland’s food.

Titans to go scouts for the best diner talents and puts them to the test to see who comes out on top.

Each week, three takeaways compete for a spot in the finals.

Celebrity chef and critic Dylan McGrath and takeaway expert and winner of Britain’s Best Home Cook Suzie Lee Arbuthnot will judge the takeaway teams on their creativity and skill.

Mullan said the standard of food on the show is very high and a variety of dishes are offered.

Takeaway Titans airs September 8 at 9:35 p.m. on RTÉ2

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