Thursday, April 18, 2013

Food and Drink Spotting

Food and Drink Spotting

“A thrilling weekend of food &
food cultural activities.”

Slow Food Ireland and Sandbrook House present Grandmothers Day 2013. The festival returns to Sandbrook House this year and it is bigger and better than before.
Join us for a weekend of celebration, as we investigate our Irish food heritage and encourage families to come together and remember lost skills, pass on inherited wisdom and celebrate good, clean fair food.
Saturday 20th April
Join us for “Slow Roots, a Food Symposium”. This will be a public symposium involving IT’s from across the island as we investigate “How can our Irish food heritage create jobs for this generation?”  Click here to find out more…
Sunday 21st April
Grandmothers Day gives families the opportunity to spend time together, remembering and recording lost skills and the precious inherited wisdom passed down by previous generations. Join us for a fun filled day of activities, workshops, entertainment and delicious cookery demonstrations!   Click here to find out more...

The cork food festival will be held on the beamish and crawford site in the city centre between the 25th and 28th of July. If your business or brand would like to be involved or would like more information please contact us on . As this is a smaller site we will have limited capacity for exhibitors. (Fitzgeralds Park is under renovations and we will be back there next summer)
Kenmare Food Carnival
Our fundraiser 'A Taste of Kenmare' is only a fewdays days away. Through the funds raised we will be having the second Kenmare Food Carnival. Our video shows the highlights of year one which would not have been possible without the success of last years fundraiser. If you are looking for a great night out then please consider joining us on April 27th for fun & food by the sea at 'A Taste of Kenmare' and know you will be helping our dream for another fantastic food carnival become reality

As part of the Bringing the Wine Geese Home Gathering series of events, we are delighted to announce that Emma Cullen of Cullen Wines in Margaret River, Australia will showcase their wines at a special dinner in Cafe Paradiso on Tuesday 28th May.

Cullen Wines are renowned not only for their sophisticated quality but also for the philosophy behind their production, being produced on a certified biodynamic, carbon neutral and naturally powered estate. Rest assured, the Paradiso kitchen will be cooking up a storm to match these wines through a multi-course meal.
This will be a single sitting dinner event with limited availability, and booking is essential. Tickets, at €65 for dinner and accompanying wines, can be booked by calling the restaurant on 021 4277939.


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