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Good, Clean and Fair Food. Slow Food Ireland works to promote these values in Ireland. A member of . Tweets by and .
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judith boyle 16h
Lots of off-licences have great selections and deals on craft beer too this Christmas and they will advise and help in your selection and offer wrapping too if required
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Gillian IOFGA Dec 6
Organic recognised under enviro, health & climate Ireland ‘sleepwalking’ to fines for not meeting climate challenge
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Beechlawn Farm Dec 15
This is Irish food.
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Slow Food Ireland Dec 15
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Sage restaurant Dec 14
Back by popular demand this Saturday lunch ! €12 lunch & board 👍🏻
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Uplift Dec 12
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FoodPolicyRevolution Dec 12
BREAKING today the European Commission renews despite over a million of European citizens called for a ban. Today also Members of the European Parliament announced they are prepared to challenge in Court the renewal and
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Slow Food Dec 12
We need more than transparency - we need to in its tracks.
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Olivia Collins Dec 12
A Michelin star-winning chef has said food is just as important as maths and should be included on the primary school curriculum.
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Anthony O'Toole Dec 10
Makes my blood boil.
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Áine Maguire Dec 10
Huge privilege and joy to be part of this Cook Book project with Westport's Carrowbeg Artists and The Custom House Gallery. Book launched today
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Slow Food Ireland Dec 10
Happy ! This year’s Terra Madre Day calls special attention to Slow Food’s “Menu for Change” campaign, which brings food to the center of climate change conversations and raises money for the climate-friendly work of Slow Food.
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O'ConnellsRestaurant Dec 10
Today in proper Sunday Roast Beef, Irish Lamb from the south-east and free-range chicken from Limerick. Roasties with beef dripping. Plump yorkies.
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Sheridans Dec 10
One of the beautiful craft stalls at our Christmas Fair today in Co Meath. Rex Dunlop with his hand carved spoons
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In Season Farm Dec 8
Asparagus on christmas menus come on like have we not enough produce in this country without have to use so many imports can seasonal irish produce not be used over imports
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Cliodhna Prendergast Dec 6
Thank you for the very interesting and rather beautiful visit to the farm yesterday morning not to mind the delicious oysters!
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Holly Johnson Dec 5
Loved hearing Alice & Hannah of Dagenham Farm share their story of starting an Urban Farm last wk!🌱🌾🌵
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Richard Jacob Dec 5
We celebrate this week. Proudly made for the world's ships, in Cork, for centuries. Join us
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Anthony O'Toole Dec 4
This morning was all about smoked wild salmon. Caught in Youghal Bay in County Cork and smoked by Sally Barnes of Woodcock Smokery. It’s so buttery, I can’t stop eating it!
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BoyneVallFoodSeries Dec 3
Looking for the perfect gift for the foodie in your life? If so, make sure you pop down to Christmas Fair on the 9th & 10th December!
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