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Slow Food Dublin 11h
Have you booked your table yet? Book here:
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Aoife McCan 10h
So looking forward to this Thursday 31st May, Mark Jenkinson will give a talk & tasting at 7pm
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Slow Food Boyne Valley 7h
Our Slow Food Boyne Valley Community is officially open! Thanks for coming to Food Festival today and for everyone who’s joined and helped make this happen!
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The Reluctant Foodie 6h
You kinda get a surge of pride when entering the marquee and see all your local producers. And you know will be an amazing Convivivum to be a part of Congrats on the official launch today
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Slow Food Ireland 22h
Great to see strawberries grown outside
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Euro-toques Ireland 23h
Nearly there! The 2018 Euro-Toques Food Awards will be held on Monday 28 150 between chefs & producers attending. Perfect occasion to share knowledge while enjoying a garden party with food by
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Sharon Gunter May 26
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Slow Food Boyne Valley May 25
Fancy enjoying a wonderful sunny day out? Join us at Food Festival this Sunday, from 10am! Here is the man himself telling you a little more about the event:
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Slow Food May 26
Iara Lee: Activist & Filmmaker and founder of Cultures of Resistance, followed the Burkinabè fighting for food sovereignty in spite of the daunting oppostion of the huge multinational corporations that face them.
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Irish BeeKeeper May 24
“Our goal is not to replace pesticides, but provide other management options that allow farmers to be less reliant on them.”
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Urru Culinary Store May 24
..rapeseed fields are great to behold right now; but are the plants as good to eat? Kitty do you do anything else with it at home?
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Sheridans Apr 10
A reminder of Last Year’s Festival. 2018 Festival coming soon! Sunday May 27th @BoyneValleyFood
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Anthony O'Toole May 22
Next stop, - what an interesting mineral sea salt. It’s great to hear how the sea salt is harvested in a sustainable way and the byproducts are not wasted.
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Boyne Valley Cheese May 22
Picking out and selecting our and cheeses for the this Sunday 27th
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Sheridans May 22
Only 5 more sleeps until Sheridan's Irish Food Festival!! Join us Sunday May 27th from 10-6pm Kids free, Adults €5, Parking Free
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Ella McSweeney May 15
Alarming to read about the continued decline of bee species in Ireland. This research highlights the need for the Irish government to properly fund - longterm - the vital work of scientists at Waterford's .
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Anthony O'Toole May 22
On a food tour today around Boyne Valley. First stop, - thank you Michael. It was lovely to hear your story and taste your delicious cheeses. See you Sunday at festival
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