Burren Slow Food Festival

11
May
2018
13
May
2018
, Ballyvaughan
Burren Slow Food Event 2018
Burren Slow
Food Festival 2018
“TASTE THE ATLANTIC – A SEAFOOD JOURNEY”
New dates:11 to 13th May 2018

A weekend later than previously advertised, the Burren Slow Food Festival will
be held mid-May under the theme “TASTE
THE ATLANTIC – A SEAFOOD JOURNEY”.
The organisers of the festival were inspired to take up the
seafood theme by the Seafood
Trail along the west coast of Ireland which was launched last year by Bord
Iascaigh Mhara (BIM). It comprises points of interest for lovers of mussels,
smoked salmon, oysters, and other edible marine foods.
While seafood is one of the main interests of the festival,
there are other aspects of the Wild Atlantic Way that will play a role during
the festival weekend. One will be Whiskey
with a focus on some new, but also some established whiskey houses.
Another aspect will be our culinary
past with talks about historical eating and cooking habits. It won’t stop
there: the festival will involve Euro-Toques,
a community of Chefs & Cooks supporting small and artisan food producers
and sourcing the best quality ingredients available locally and in season.
The programme will be updated soon, so please follow Slow
Food Clare on Facebook and
bookmark their website to know about
the latest highlights!
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<strong><em>New dates:</em></strong>
<strong>11 to 13<sup>th</sup> May 2018</strong>
A weekend later than previously advertised, the Burren Slow
Food Festival will be held mid-May under the theme “<strong>TASTE THE
ATLANTIC – A SEAFOOD JOURNEY”</strong>.
The organisers of the festival were inspired to take up the
seafood theme by the <a
href="http://www.bim.ie/tastetheatlantic/">Seafood Trail</a>
along the west coast of Ireland which was launched last year by Bord Iascaigh
Mhara (BIM). It comprises points of interest for lovers of mussels, smoked
salmon, oysters, and other edible marine foods.
While seafood is one of the main interests of the festival,
there are other aspects of the Wild Atlantic Way that will play a role during
the festival weekend. One will be <strong>Whiskey</strong> with a
focus on some new, but also some established whiskey houses.
Another aspect will be our culinary past with talks about
historical eating and cooking habits. It won’t stop there: the festival will
involve <strong>Euro-Toques</strong>, a community of Chefs
&amp; Cooks supporting small and artisan food producers and sourcing the
best quality ingredients available locally and in season.
The programme will be updated soon, so please follow Slow
Food Clare on <a
href="https://www.facebook.com/slowfoodclare">Facebook</a>
and bookmark <a href="http://www.slowfoodclare.com/">their
website</a> to know about the latest highlights!