It’s an ongoing process over the winter months, so next time you’re down we think you’ll notice that we’re a bit glammed up!
Archive for November, 2011
Wild&Slow is now happening. The second workshop of the day is underway, with the inimitable Derry Clarke from L’Ecrivian highlighting the difference in taste and textures of our native game. Dusk draws near, so it’s getting time to light the wood braziers and kick back with a Wild Venison Burger from Ed Hick, and a glass of hot mulled wine with wild berries – yummy. It runs until 6ish today and from 2 to 6 tomorrow. Do not miss it
Wild&Slow2011 is delighted to announce its comprehensive programme of Wild&Slow WorkShops touching on twenty Wild Food WorkShops and spanning the two days As always, please take time out to read and pass onto your email buddies!
Then all we need is for you to Complete this WorkShops Pre-Registration Form by putting an “X” against your the WorkShops (maximum of 5) that you would like to attend and fill in your contact details. Some WorkShops by their nature are limited to numbers. Although access cannot be guaranteed, Wild&Slow2011 require this information in order to maximise various WorkShop capacities.
Please return this form ONLY to firstname.lastname@example.org with the header subject ‘Wild&Slow2011, WorkShops’. Your tickets for accessing these WorkShops will be available from The Slow Food Ireland Cabin on the street at Wild&Slow2011. Tickets are priced at €5 daily, giving full access (numbers permitting) to all WorkShops on each day.
For more details of Wild&Slow and accommodation options in The BrookLodge, click HERE
Wild&Slow2011 is sponsored by: