Slow Food is good, clean and fair food.
We believe that the food we eat should taste good;
that it should be produced in a clean way that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or our health;
and that food producers should receive fair compensation for their work.
Slow Food works to defend biodiversity in our food supply, spread taste education and connect producers of excellent foods with co-producers through events and initiatives.
Tour the farm and see the goats ... visit the cheese making room ... Marion Roenveld of Killeen Cheese and Seamus Sheridan of Sheridan's Cheesemongers will talk about Raw Milk Cheese and the challenges faced by cheesemakers to keep this food from becoming extinct
Lunch will feature goat
Please RSVP by Fri 30th September
Text Cait 087-2311580 or Kate 087-9312333
We would like you to bring a dessert and your own chair(s)
Members €10 Euro ... Non members €15
membership can be paid/renewed on the day
Directions: From Portumna, head towards Scarriff/Ennis (R352). After 5km you go downhill and come to a narrow bridge. A little further on, the main road veers to the left (look for fingerboard sign). Continue towards Abbey/Gort (R353). You will pass a white house on the left that is almost directly on the road. Killeen Cheese entrance is next on the left with Killeen Cheese sign outside.
GPS co-ordinates: 53.101227.8315741
Killeen Farmhouse Cheese Loughanroe East Ballyshrule Portumna Co. Galway
Eamonn runs a traditional mixed farm with heritage breeds of cattle, sheep, poultry, pigs and tillage. The McDonagh family aims to be as self-sufficient as possible and all of the farm work is done with working horses. A tour of the farm and demonstration of the horses at work will be followed by lunch in the barn.
Members are asked to bring along a dessert to share.
Cost - €10 – members
€15 - non-members
From Galway, take the N84 Headford road. Turn right at the traffic lights in Headford, Continue on through Shrule village and on into Kilmaine. Turn left at Maloneys pub and the farm is 2 miles along the road, the 2nd house on the left AFTER the church.
RSVP by 11th July to Cait – 087 2311580 or Kate 087 9312333
A conversation about the pleasure of good food, and the story of its presence in the West of Ireland. The Italian Department at NUIG, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Dublin, Slow Food Galway and the local Italian restaurateurs present THE CULTURE OF ITALIAN FOOD WHEN? Thursday 7th Apri WHERE? NUI Galway IT 125 & Orbsen Building Talks will be followed by an aperitivo-style wine and food reception, sponsored by: Register on Italian Food Culture Meets the Atlantic Way
The Italian department at NUIG, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Dublin, Slow Food Galway and the local Italian restaurateurs present the culture of Italian food. A conversation about the pleasure of good food, and the story of its presence in…