Slow Food Gatherings and Food Writing Workshop – Events coming up

A couple that might be of interest to you.

Dalkey Creates: Food Writing Workshop: 18th & 19th October

October sees the kick off of an inaugural writing festival for Dalkey from Thursday 16th– Sunday 19th October 2014. Of relevance to people who enjoy food is the workshop being run by Aoife Carrigy.

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Aoife is Secretary of the Irish Food Writers’ Guild, and an experienced editor, food writer and freelance journalist. She is a regular contributor to FOOD & WINE Magazine, The Irish Independent, The Sunday Times and The Irish Times, and was employed as a local editor for the Zagat guide to Dublin restaurants.

In Dalkey Aoife is presenting a food writing workshop with a strong practical focus and designed to appeal to writers of all levels of experience. Spread over two morning sessions to allow for hands-on workshopping of written material, this unique event will include a Q&A session with entrepreneurial restaurateur Rachel Clancy, a skills-based demonstration from head chef, Hadi Fahes, and a convivial three-course lunch designed to get your creative juices flowing.

For more information download this PDF Dalkey Creates Press Release_Food Writing Workshop details

To book click here.

RiotRye – Sourdough and Introduction to Baking: starting October 18th

For anyone who wants to learn the wonders of home baking and #realbread check out Joe Fitzmaurice and his Saturday courses starting in 2 weeks time.

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Slow Food Northern Ireland – Learn “Sourdough Bread”: Saturday 11th October

For those of you closer to the North this is a one day bread course by David Semple.

Booking details and info underneath (interesting to note that the oven pictured as well as some of the breads, are RiotRye‘s!)

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Wild And Slow: 8th & 9th November

This annual Slow Food event, held in Wicklow each year, celebrates everything that is good about Irish food: fresh, local, traditional and wild. With over 20 speakers and workshops and 5,000 people attending last year this is a great one to go to.

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Keith

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  1. Hi Keith ,You may not remember me annie white ,we met through the school and the good earth .I really love what you are doing ,just fantastic .I am part of a small but growing group http://www.commonground bray .We are working on different initiatives to improve the community of bray .Pop up restauraunts ,food share,communIty garden,skill share ,the web page says it better than I would .Mid November we hope to have a frost fare ,part of our aim is to promote local small quality buissness If you know anyone who would be interested in supplying us with small amounts of produce can you point them to our web page or give them my email . Would be great to talk to you some time with a view to doing something like your initiative in bray? Every good luck to you all ,give Julia and rod my best . Cheers Annie

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