Irelands Ancient Food Feast at Annestown Beach Waterford
Irelands Ancient Food Feast
at Annestown Beach Waterford
Saturday October 12th from 11am to 3pm
Dine Like A Druid on this Seaweed, Coastal and Hedgerow Wild Food Forage & Feast.
UPDATE: We’ve decided to make the most of the natural Autumnal harvest and move the event to October 12th! Details below…
Learn how to identify edibles and gather wild food as we forage for seaweed and wild plants to be enjoyed as part of our cook up in the remnants of a 1000 year old castle.
We’ll enjoy wild foods such as Blackberries, Haws, Orache, Knotweed, Sea purslane, Sea Beet/Wild mushroom/Hazelnut tarts; Periwinkles, Raw Fraughan and Hazelnut Cake, Haw Jelly, Hedgerow Jam and Wild mushrooms amongst others, all washed down with Yarrow tea, Dandelion Root Coffee, Beech Noyeau, Local Metalman Ale and Elderflower Cordial!
Last Years Reviews:
““The feast was amazing as it put into taste and showed use of the wild foods collected. The preparation that went into this relaxed feast was very professional. I had no idea that when we climbed up into the venue that it would be laid out so beautifully and that we would really be feasting!!!.””
Date: Saturday, October 12th 11AM – 3PM.
Price: €60 per person – Location: Annestown Beach and the De Paor Castle Ruin(Dunhill Castle) on the Copper Coast, Waterford
More event info. HERE.