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June 2019

Slow Spud – Slow Food Northern Ireland

June 26 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Indie Fude, 30 Castle Street
Comber, Northern Ireland BT23 5DZ United Kingdom
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Join us for the first Slow Food North East Supper Club of 2019 hosted at Indie Füde to celebrate the humble spud as part of the 'Comber Earlies' Fringe Festival. Jonny Davison, Erin of The Edible Flower & Paula McIntyre are joining forces for what promises to an exceptional night of potato based dining. With a bit of potato based inspiration behind every course - even the welcome cocktail and the dessert! We are also lucky enough to have not…

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July 2019

Pop Up Dinner – Slow Food East Cork

July 6 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Ballymaloe Cookery School Shanagarry, Co Cork Ireland + Google Map
€45.00 – €50.00

Places are booking up quickly….. Pop Up Dinner with the April 12 Week Certificate Students Saturday July 6th, 2019 at 6.30pm at the Ballymaloe Cookery School Slow Food Members           €45.00 Non Slow Food Members    €50.00 Telephone:   021 4646 785 Email:  slowfoodeastcork@gmail.com Proceeds to the East Cork Slow Food Educational Project

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Garden & Apiary Tour & Lunch-Belleek Castle & foraging walk in Belleek Woods- Slow Food Mayo

July 14 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Beleek Castle Ballina, F26 KV04 Ireland + Google Map
€10.00 – €20.00

Slow Food Mayo would like to invite you to a Garden and Apiary Tour in Belleek Castle, Ballina. Hosted by Belleek Castle's head gardener, Alex Lavarde, he will be happy to answer all questions about modern gardening. After the tour, lunch will be hosted by head chef, David O'Donnell in the Barn. Belleek Castle Kitchen is well known for using local, seasonal ingredients from their garden, sea and air combining a depth of flavour with the traditions of the castle.…

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Fraughan Sunday – Garden Convivium

July 28 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
JB Malone car park

Join The Garden Convivium on the last Sunday of July for Fraughan Sunday for the traditional gathering of the wild bilberries.  The shrubs can be found all over the Irish hillsides, especially where ferns and heather grow.  They can be eaten raw or cooked, made into jams, syrups, pies, add flavouring to liqueur and sorbets, dried like currants.  The traditional use on Fraughan Sunday was for the young maidens to add them to a sponge cake to present to their…

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Organic Trust Farm Walk – Slow Food East Cork

July 31 @ 2:15 pm - 4:15 pm
Ballymaloe Cookery School Shanagarry, Co Cork Ireland + Google Map

Ballymaloe  Cookery School are hosting an Organic Trust Farm Walk.  The Garden Café Truck will be open from 11am for coffee and lunch before the walk. Everyone welcome!

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