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Burren Slow Food Festival made welcome return

Hundreds of people gathered at the Pavilion theatre in Lisdoonvarna at the weekend, as the Burren Slow Food Festival returned after a gap of three years.

GEOfood theme for Burren Slow Food Festival

The Burren Slow Food 2022 festival will take place from Friday to Sunday, May 20th to 22nd, and will be dedicated to raising awareness about and promoting the concept of “GEOfood.”

Burren Slow Food Festival celebrates The Fertile Rock

A celebration of the rich food culture of the ‘Fertile Rock of the Burren’ will be the focus of this year’s Burren Slow food Festival’ – an event that will see producers and chefs come together in a series of online pairings.

Funding for 9 coastal community projects

Nine coastal communities in County Clare are set to benefit from €119,073 investment. 

13th Burren Slow Food Festival another success

The 13th annual Burren Slow Food Festival took place in Lisdoonvarna recently and brought together food and drinks producers, cooks, creators, eaters and writers for a weekend of talks, demonstrations and pop-up dinners from high profile chefs including Michelin stars Danni Barry and Takashi Miyazaki, Belfast’s Bia Rebel Head Chef Brian Donnelly and Euro-Toques Commissioner General, Gareth Mullins.

Countdown to 13th Burren Slow Food Festival

The 13th annual Burren Slow Food Festival will take place in Lisdoonvarna this month.

Burren Slow Food Festival this weekend

The 2018 Burren Slow Food Festival, which is supported by Clare County Council and Fáilte Ireland, takes place this weekend in Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare.

11th Burren Food Festival set for May

A celebration of Ireland’s best gin and cheese will be one of the highlights of this year’s Burren Slow Food festival, which will take place in County Clare this May.
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