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Ellie Kisyombe
We were delighted to welcome Ellie Kisyombe, an immigrant and asylum seeker from Malawi, to share her experience of the Direct Provision Scheme and how it...
Slow Food Pop Up Dinner 2016
Last Saturday we had the East Cork Slow Food pop up dinner by the 12 week students in aid of East Cork Slow Food Educational Project – teaching local children...
We're looking forward to our next Slow Food event on Wednesday 15th June. Robert Mosse, who comes from a long line of millers, will tell us the story of his...
The East Cork Slow Food Convivium was delighted to welcome Karen Brosnan, to the cookery school last Thursday 12th May to explore the topic of eating well, or...
Join us next Thursday, May 12th at 7pm, when we welcome Karen Brosnan to the cookery school to speak us on the subject of eating for wellness. We will explore...
A reminder to all about our next Slow Food Ireland taking place tomorrow night here at the school at 7pm with Blanco Niño. Based in beautiful Clonmel they...
Philip Martin loves making authentic, naturally gluten free corn tortillas and tortilla chips. He will tell us the story behind Blanco Niño (based in Clonmel...
  Dr. Colin Sage, UCC Lecturer and founding member of The Cork Food Policy, joined us at the cookery school last Thursday night to speak on the topic that "...
We are delighted - Colin Sage, lecturer at University College Cork has agreed to give a presentation on The Cork Food Policy at the Ballymaloe Cookery School...