Oct
20
Fri
Speed Tasting L’Atitude 51
Oct 20 @ 7:00 pm

Speed Tasting L’Atitude 51

Due to popular demand, Speed Tasting is back. Open to anyone who likes wine, socializing, having fun and, above all, enjoys a challenge.

Here’s how it works: they teach you the basics of how to taste wine and then it’s over to you – you taste 6 wines over the course of the evening – but you’ll be on the move: a different table, a different wine, different co-tasters. And here’s the fun part…..you taste all the wines blind (i.e. we won’t tell you what each wine is) – it’s up to you to work with your co-tasters to try to guess based on the information provided at the start. There’s a prize for the person who correctly identifies all 6 wines.

Price €30pp – includes Prosecco reception, introduction to wine tasting, taster of 6 wines & canapés.

Spaces Limited. Booking Essential.

For book call: 021 2390219 or E-mail: info@latitude51.ie

Oct
22
Sun
Cork Afternoon Tea by the Lee
Oct 22 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Cork Afternoon Tea by the Lee

As part of Taste Cork Week we are hosting a Cork Afternoon Tea by the Lee with all things Cork. Enjoy some West Cork potter crab, spiced beef sliders, Rebel Chili chocolate truffles and much more while you sip away at a Kinsale Gin & Tonic.

We are celebrating all things Cork with this event – showcasing some of Cork’s finest produce.

Tickets are limited – €30pp including a Kinsale Gin & Tonic

Booking essential via https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/cork-afternoon-tea-by-the-lee-tickets-38114594779

Nov
2
Thu
Tasting Joyce
Nov 2 @ 6:45 pm – 10:00 pm

Tasting Joyce

Join FEAST at the James Joyce Centre for a journey through the tastes and smells of Joyce’s Dublin. Accessing Joyce’s writing through the food and scents that frame them this 8 course ‘tasting’ menu will provide a range of food encounters that will reflect and unravel ideas in Joyce’s work.

The evening will include readings, artworks by Nuala Clooney and Kaye Winwood and a miscellany of key foods and ingredients referenced by Joyce.

Evening curated by Elisa Oliver in collaboration with the James Joyce Centre Dublin and Irish Food Trail.

The menu caters for vegetarians but sadly other specific dietary requirements cannot be accommodated.

FEAST is a series of online publications that explore our relationship with food as a social event, a marker of identity, a product of history and a commodity for trade. Eclectic and scatological in approach FEAST works closely with writers, artists, curators and chefs to reflect and comment on encounters and debates between the culinary, literary and visual arts. Placing a lens on the varied operation of food within our everyday FEAST further touches on wider cultural discourses around the body, sexuality, consumption, class and gender. FEAST is co edited by Elisa Oliver and Laura Mansfield

More information from www.feastjournal.co.uk

Feast is supported by the Liverpool Ireland Cultural Corridor, an initiative of Bluecoat and Liverpool City Council.

Nov
9
Thu
Listowel Food Fair
Nov 9 @ 3:00 pm – Nov 12 @ 7:00 pm

Listowel Food Fair

The 23rd annual Listowel Food Fair, which will be held from Thursday November 9th to Sunday November 12th 2017 in venues around Listowel town, County Kerry. Popular events from previous years make a welcome return including Cookery Competitions, the Craft Fair, an expanded programme of workshops for all ages with a focus on children and the continuation of the much anticipated and prestigious Best Emerging Artisan Food Producer Awards. For more information on the programme of events over the 23rdh annual Listowel Food Fair, or to enter the awards, visit www.listowelfoodfair.ie.
The inaugural Listowel Food Fair was originally developed and organised by then local TD and formally Minister Jimmy Deenihan, along with Johanna Watkins, Sheila Broderick, John O’Connor, Ella O’Sullivan, Frank Pierse and Brid McElligott. Their hard work was continued by numerous dedicated local people. Over the past 23 years, the event has grown in prestige and is now firmly established as one of the premier food fairs on the Irish Calendar.

Nov
18
Sat
Ballymaloe Craft Fair
Nov 18 @ 10:00 am – Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm

Ballymaloe Craft Fair

The Ballymaloe Craft Fair takes place over on the 18th & 19th November 2017 and the fair is open Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 6pm both days and will be held in Ballymaloe Grainstore, Carrigaun room, Drink’s Theatre and Big Shed which are all located on the grounds at Ballymaloe House.

A visit to the Ballymaloe Craft Fair takes all the stress out of starting your Christmas shopping combining a beautiful location with a huge variety of extraordinary goods and talents.

We have brought everything you need for your friends and family to our Ballymaloe House venues allowing you to find that something unique and special for your loved ones whilst enjoying a great day out.

Nov
23
Thu
Californian Wine Tasting & Thanksgiving Supper
Nov 23 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Californian Wine Tasting & Thanksgiving Supper

Enjoy a very Happy Thanksgiving at Ballymaloe House on Thursday 23rd November in co-operation with Wines of California.

California Wines will be hosting a tasting and talk where you will be sampling a selection of Californian wines chosen to reflect the diversity of this wine region.

The tasting will be followed by a family style Thanksgiving dinner (including Californian wine) in the Long Room at Ballymaloe House.

Places are limited so please book early by calling Ballymaloe House reception on (021) 465 2531

Price: €75 per person

Nov
25
Sat
Cork Chocolate & Baking Festival
Nov 25 @ 11:00 am – Nov 26 @ 6:00 pm

Cork Chocolate & Baking Festival

The Cork Chocolate & Baking Festival will take place at the Cork International Hotel on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th of November 2017. The event will take place on both days from 11am to 5.30pm.

The 2 day event which is being hosted in association with La Rousse Foods is the inaugural Chocolate Festival in Cork and the only one of it’s kind in Ireland.

The weekend will feature a variety of events and the main exhibition area will have chocolatiers from all over Ireland displaying and selling the best of Chocolate, there will be Chocolate workshops & talks, discussing the bean to bar process and Cookery Demonstrations from amazing chefs, bakers and chocolatiers.

The theme will be Willie Wonka & The Chocolate Factory and Willie Wonka and the Oompa Loompa’s might even make a very special appearance over the weekend event.

Tickets are €5 for entry into the exhibition area and children under 12 are FREE to attend.

There are a multiple of other events taking place during the weekend including a cookery demonstration with Mr Paul Kelly, Judge of the Great Irish Bake Off & Executive Pastry Chef of the Merrion Hotel (tickets for this demonstration will be sold separately).

There will be a Wine & Chocolate tasting event taking place on the Friday evening from 7.30pm. You will get to taste a selection of wines and we will pair the wines with chocolate. Tickets for the wine and chocolate tasting are €25 per person and, due to the nature of this event, tickets are very limited.

There will also be an incredible Chocolate Themed Dinner on the evening of Saturday 25th November 2017. We have some amazing chefs on board to create each dish that will contain Cocoa. The dinner will be paired with matching wines. Michelin Pastry Chef, Mr Paul Kelly, will be doing the dessert for guests on that evening. Tickets for this dinner are priced at €70 for dinner and wine. **Tickets will be sold separately and are limited due to the exclusive nature of the dinner**

There will be a platinum package available for guests who would like to attend all events of the Cork Chocolate Festival and Baking World and a VIP package will be issued.