Join me in my garden where I will teach you how to safely identify native Irish plants and herbs, with plenty of tips on using them to create tasty and nutritious wild food dishes.
I will then bring you to a nearby location where you can sustainably harvest your own wild garlic to take home. You will learn about the Forager’s Code, which encourages safe, respectful and responsible foraging. Safety is key so the focus will be on giving you the knowledge that will allow you to forage with confidence.
Everyone will receive an e-book on wild garlic, covering identification, harvesting, preparation and my own original recipes, including recipes for wild garlic soup and wild garlic pesto.
Some of the plants we will cover include:
- Wild garlic, ramsons
- Tri-cornered leek
- Ground ivy
Venue: The Herb Garden, Naul, Co. Dublin
Date: Saturday 25th March 2023
11:00am: Meet The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul, Co Dublin
1:00pm: Finish (approx)
Cost: €35.00 (Including a photo identification eBook on the native Irish coastal plants and seaweeds that we will see and discuss on the walk)
Booking: You can book and pay online by clicking on the link above. You will receive an email with further information nearer to the date of the walk.
Contact: Denise on 087 2758896 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: I don’t have an automated booking system in place so if there is a short delay between your booking and receiving your confirmation email, please don’t worry!
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