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Where: Lillie’s Bordello, Adam Court, Grafton Street
When: 7:00pm, 28 April 2015

Slow Food Dublin is excited to host an Irish Gin & Cheese Tasting on 28th April. The evening will feature four Irish gins with cheese pairings selected by Elisabeth Ryan of Sheridans Cheesemongers. Not only will we be exploring new and interesting pairings of fantastic Irish products, we’ll be honoured to welcome all four distillers to speak about their gins, and the foraging and botanicals that create their Irish character:

Tickets are €15 or €12 for members of Slow Food.

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Where: Dublin Food Co-op, 12 Newmarket, Dublin 8
When: 25 March 2015, 18:30 – 21:30
 
Slow Food Dublin’s March event is turning the spotlight on our food focus topic for 2015 – food waste. We want to raise awareness of food waste in our own homes and communities and ways in which we can all help. Plus hopefully raise some funds for various campaigns. 
 
On Wednesday, March 25th in Dublin Co-Op on Newmarket Square, Dublin 8, we are hosting an evening of talks on food waste and a pop-up dinner, made with food that would have been wasted from local food businesses. 
 
Here is our line-up of speakers:
  • Mindy O’Brien from VOICE – Irish environmental charity
  • Liz Fingletion & Kate Cronin from OBEO – Fuss-Free Recycling
  • Tony Lowth from NCAD Organic Community Garden
We hope you can join us for an informative night to highlight this important topic!
 
Tickets are €15 for Slow Food members & €20 for non-members.
Ticket price includes dinner. 
 
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Where: L. Mulligans Grocer, 18 Stoneybatter, Dublin When: 26 August 2014, 20:00

954653_707409502618872_2041265237_nPull out those cookbooks and polish your Google-foo, it’s time to get ready for Culinary Quiz 2014! For €60 you can field a team of up to four culinary experts ready to destroy all competitors in a battle royale of gastronomic knowledge. Or, just bring three of your closest friends to have a laugh, enjoy some tasty food and libations and possibly win a prize or two.

This year our quiz will be held at L. Mulligan, Grocer in Stoneybatter. Mulligans is a very special pub and a great friend of Slow Food. Their craft beer selection is stellar (but don’t go looking for Guinny, Heiney or Carly–you won’t find it) and you’ll love their whisk(e)y selection. Of equal quality is their food. The Scotch eggs are legendary and they are obsessed with seasonal, local, artisan food.  Special tasting platters will be available for purchase if you come peckish.

Some of our very generous prize donations come from L. Mulligan, 3FEBaggot Street Wines,  Bean & Goose ChocolatiersBeoir, Bewley’sBig Red Kitchen, Birdcage BakeryBlind Pig, Caryna’s Cakes,  Christy Stapleton Produce, Clontarf WinesCornucopia, Dingle DistilleryDungarvan BrewingEasy Food, Green SaffronKnorrMorton’sMourne SeafoodNewgrange Gold, Nurney Farm, O’Brien’s WinesO’Connell’s of DonnybrookPicado Mexican PantryPurple PantrySheridan’s CheesemongersTeeling Whiskey CompanyTrue Batch Brew, and Viking Direct.

Proceeds from the quiz will go to support Fatima Groups United, a Family Resource Centre in the Rialto area of Dublin. 

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