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Slow Food Ireland Aug 18
Delicious cordial and a great asset to Ireland's food production supplying so many other great producers around Ireland
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Euro-toques Ireland Aug 18
Sparking Conversations - are taking part in Will you be there? Early bird tickets available on until 31 Aug
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Margo McGann Aug 18
Great afternoon spent on a Blackcurrant Farm. amazing Irish cordial.
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Slow Food Boyne Valley Aug 17
Amazing farmers, growers & producers, passionate about ... incredible heritage and wonderful landscape! If you haven’t visited the yet, add to your list, if you did, we hope to see you again soon - and in the meantime, give us a vote 😉
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Kilmokea Manor Aug 16
Walk & Talk in Kilmokea Gardens 11am 21st August 2018 Heritage Week Special event. “Day to Day at Kilmokea” Walk & Talk with the Head Gardener Ciarán who will inspire with his enthusiasm and creative...
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IrishSeedSaversAssoc Aug 16
Our Autumn & Winter Workshop Weekends are fast approaching. Apple Tasting Tours, Mushroom Foraging, Bee Keeping, Organic Gardening, Herbal Medicine, Creating an Orchard, Permaculture...
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Michael Kelly Aug 15
Want to get inspired to grow your own or just curious about veg and how they grow? Join me on Saturday 15th September for "How Food Grows - A Beginners Guide." A full day at the beautiful & delicious homegrown lunch
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John Mulcahy Aug 15
Did you know? There are over 150 food markets in Ireland! 👏 will again host workshops 'Skills Training for Selling at Farmers’ Markets’ for existing stall holders and first-time producers in September
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Caroline@Bibliocook Aug 15
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Lesley Emerson Aug 14
What a privilege to work with on their Summer Outing to Sligo with . Hope you all enjoyed your day as much as we did.
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IrishSeedSaversAssoc Aug 14
Final preparations are underway for our Tastes of the Orchards Tours, beginning this Saturday 18th August. Touring our beautiful Orchards our guide will talk you through these rare varieties and answer any questions you may have. Click below for full...
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Gallivanting Tours Aug 13
Don't know how I missed this, but lovely article, thanks All about my Salty Malty & Sweet Tour! Still a few seats available on the next one, 24th August. Go on, you deserve it!
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Slow Food Ireland Aug 13
Replying to @theapplefarmer
Delicious. A great eating apple.
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Cornelius Traas Aug 13
Our first eating apples of the year are called "Discovery" and this year they are ripe a little ahead of normal thanks to the exceptional summer we have had. We have punnets with 9 apples, as well as boxes as per usual.
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Slow Food Ireland Aug 13
We totally agree. Consumers should be given the power to choose what they buy and consume. Transparency is key to the right choice.
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Slow Food Ireland Aug 13
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Euro-toques Ireland Aug 13
. launches in Dublin’s Great to see so many young chefs at the launch! Thank you Team FOTE for your support with
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Gallivanting Tours Aug 12
Delighted and honoured to make the front cover in feature in the Sunday Times along with . Fantastic boost for our food trails and tours!
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Slow Food Ireland Aug 12
Medieval Cookery Demonstration by Regan Sexton in the beautiful setting of St. Mogues’ Cottage, in the heart of a medieval monastery in Ferns, Wexford. Saturday, August 25 at 3pm.
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