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I’m Cooking & Teaching Bacon Class at Dingle Food & Wine Festival

Another morning and I am on the move again. This time I am on my way to Ireland for the Dingle Food & Wine Festival. I have been tweeting about it furiously but it really is about time I told you non twitterers in Ireland that I would be there. Forgive the late notice, I have been swamped.

I start as one of the judges for Blas na hÉireann today. I am doing a cooking demo tomorrow with Sig of Scandilicious (at 2pm and free) followed by a book signing at the local book shop. I am teaching one of my bacon classes on Sunday afternoon at 2.30pm. Stripped down to fit into an hour but we will still cover lots (and at a bargain price of €10). Jack & Tim of McCarthy’s of Kanturk will be doing a workshop at 1pm on Hands on Curing your Bacon the Traditional Way, if you want to go bacon crazy.

There is also lots of other great things on including a taste trail, farmers food market and a beer and cider festival. Have a look at the website http://www.dinglefood.com/

With that I sign off. Frazzle dazzle. I stayed awake all day yesterday in the hope that I would sleep but I had a crazy intense 3 hour burst of dreams saturated in maple syrup. I was looking for it everywhere while I slept. It makes sense, maple syrup is the bridge between Canada and bacon class.

Hope to see some of you in Dingle!

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  1. In a funny coincidence, the post right after this one in my Google Reader feed was one from NPR in the US with a headline that read, ‘Bacon Shortage is Hogwash’. Have fun in Dingle!

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  2. In a funny coincidence, the post right after this one in my Google Reader feed was from NPR in the US, with a headline that read, ‘Bacon Shortage is Hogwash’. Have fun in Dingle!

    Reply

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