An exciting one-day foraging and cookery class.
Wild organic produce is abundant this time of year! Our exciting one-day foraging and cookery course utilizes both our kitchen garden and the abundant wild food available to be foraged around Crookedwood House.Schedule:
Arrival: 10.00 a.m.
Departure: 4.00 p.m.
Following a leisurely walk to forage and learn about the wonderful wild ingredients found in nature, you will stop by to harvest additional ingredients from our kitchen garden, then return to Crookedwood House Kitchen to cook with your fresh and delicious ingredients!
Finally, you'll enjoy your culinary creation in our dining room overlooking Lough Derravaragh. What's Included:
Our workshop includes guided instruction, tea/coffee, beverages and vegetarian lunch.Instructors:
"Wild Food" Mary Bulfin, is our renowned botanical guide and food expert, supported by Bonnie from the Crookedwood House Kitchen. Mary has vast experience in foraging and cooking, and has been featured on The Irish Times
, and RTE's Lords and Ladles
and Dermot's Secret Garden
. She conducts sold-out foraging workshops all over Ireland, and we are delighted to be bringing her expertise to Crookedwood House!
Here's what Mary has to say about her fascinating work:
With a background in science, chefing, and natural medicine, foraging has been part of my life since I could walk and accompany my granny on woodland strolls. My mum also taught me so much about nature, and we were brought up on a very healthy varied diet which included plenty of wild food, from rabbit and pigeon to mushrooms and watercress. Having identified and collected your bounty next step is to use it. I have lots of recipes and ideas.....
Places are limited, and will sell out fast!Date: 17th June 2017.
Cost: €75 per person.
Book the number of attendees at this event in our SPECIAL OFFERS section.
Why not consider extending your retreat and enjoying our hospitality a little longer?
Call us if you'd like to make a weekend of it!