Tag Archives: For Food’s Sake
What’s your favourite food memory? Like the one that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, and brings you right back to the child you once were? We were chatting about food memories last night ahead of this weekend’s Dingle Food Festival, at which I’m hosting a For Food’s Sake event on Sat & Sun avo… Read the rest of this entry
We were thinking it’d be fun to document all the hard work we know you’re all putting into preparing whatever food you’re gonna bring along to cook at tomorrow’s For Food’s Sake cook out (although turning up with a pack of Superquinn sausages is also fine), so we’re running a competition for the best food photo from the day with some great prizes… Read the rest of this entry
We’re going slightly off-piste next weekend with the first of what will hopefully be a lorryload of For Food’s Sake cook-out events. Here’s the deal: next Saturday 11th August, we’re rolling several party-sized barbecues into Toner’s beer garden, rounding up some food producers along with samples of their barbecue-friendly products, and then inviting YOU and yours to join us between 3pm–7pm for a barbecue party. And the best bit? You get to supply and cook the food! Read the rest of this entry
FOR FOOD’S SAKE & INISHFOOD ask: What is the future for Irish fish?
2.30pm, Saturday 19 May, 2012
Harry’s Bar & Restaurant, Bridgend, Inishowen, Co Donegal Read the rest of this entry
We need to talk. I haven’t been blogging much in recent weeks. I feel I need to explain.
You might think it’s because I’ve been busy off living my life, not giving you a second thought. But quite the contrary. It’s not me I’ve been thinking about, it’s you. Or to be more precise, your food.
Yes, the future of your food has been quite the recurring theme in my offline life of late. Read the rest of this entry
WHAT? For Food’s Sake asks: Meat – do we eat too much?
WHEN? Thursday 24 November, 7pm
WHERE? The Sugar Club, Dublin 2
WHO? Aoife Carrigy (that’s me) will be chairing a panel discussion, including lots of input from the audience (that’s you) and the following panel:
Derry Clarke, chef-proprietor, l’Ecrivain restaurant
David Flynn, The Happy Pear, Greystones
Frank Armstrong, food historian & contributor to The London Magazine
Dr Oliver Moore, food journalist & academic Read the rest of this entry
WHAT? For Food’s Sake asks: Food Tourism – can we eat our way out of trouble?
WHEN? Thursday 28th July, 7pm–11pm
WHERE? The Sugar Club, Leeson Street, Dublin 2 Read the rest of this entry
WHAT? For Food’s Sake Presents: A Special Screening of ‘Big Night’
WHEN? Thursday 7th July, 7pm–11pm
WHERE? The Sugar Club, Leeson Street, Dublin 2
WHY? If you’ve seen Big Night before, you’ll know why we wanna screen it. If you haven’t, you should check out the trailer or – even better – a couple of clips of the hilarious dialogue and sumptuous action. Read the rest of this entry