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Airfield Festival Of Food & Zero Waste Is Coming To Dublin In September

By Kiara Keane

August 11, 2019 at 12:10pm


There’s a fab food festival popping up in the city this September and you won’t want to miss it.

Airfield Festival of Food & Zero Waste will be taking over the beautiful grounds of Airfield Estate in Dundrum for a whole weekend of local, seasonal and sustainable food.

Entry is free and there’s events and entertainment running on Saturday, September 7 and Sunday 8 from 9.30am to 5pm.

There’s an artisan & street food village, a craft beer and botanical spirits area, kitchen demos, yoga and mindfulness, live music and a whole lot more.

Cooking demos at the fire pit include Expedition Chef, Kieran Creevy, cooking sustainable fish, Phoenix Forest School’s Lucy O’Hagan showcasing fire lighting techniques, fish skin tanning and wild game preparation and Smokin Soul slow cooking a goat on their homemade Asado grill.

Other demos include heritage crafts such as willow weaving, green wood turning and whittling as well as a Museum of Country Life.

A series of talks, workshops and cookery demos on sustainable living and reducing food waste will also take place over the weekend.

You can also take part in garden and biodiversity walk as well as workshops on sustainability and mindfulness.

Check out the latest updates on the Festival of Food website here.

Main image via Festival of Food

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