Exclusive release of Food on The Edge videos
Food on The Edge provided a mind-blowing few days here in Galway – right out on the edge of Europe. I’m sure many of you caught the buzz on Twitter. For those who couldn’t make the trip – our friends over on Fine Dining Lovers are posting exclusive videos of some of the talks every Monday at 15h00 (Central European Time). Here’s a taste of what you can expect:
Food on The Edge Videos Already Published
Monday – 26th October – Albert Adrià – The Problems Facing the Oceans. The legendary Spanish chef of elBulli fame issued a wake-up call to a rapt audience. In the past 15 years, he’s seen many of his most-treasured marine ingredients die off. If we don’t act fast – we’ll soon see our oceans stripped of anything edible.
Monday – 9th November – Mark Moriarty – The Future for Young Chefs. San Pellegrino’s Young Chef of the Year is more than qualified to highlight the challenges faced by young chefs. Tough working conditions with a paltry work life balance are no longer acceptable.
Monday – 16th November – Amanda Cohen – Dirt Candy. Cohen’s ground-breaking (pardon the pun!) talk in praise of vegetarian cuisine and the powerful produce from local urban farms
Monday – 30th November – Sasu Laukkonen – Zero Waste Cooking. Unique culinary educational plans from Helsinki where they aim to ask chefs and farmers to trade places, share experiences and swap ideas.
Monday – 7th December – Javiar Tellez – Explains Laja. A beautiful notion – empowering through succulence – Téllez talks of fusing classical culinary techniques with regional traditions.
Monday – 14th December – Ben Reade – The Sense of Taste. Watch this powerhouse with an encyclopaedic knowledge of food ignite a passion for regional traditions. A joy for the senses.
Monday – 21st December – Phil Howard – The Pursuit of Pleasure. Howard aims to push the boundaries of our ingredients to create new culinary excellence.
Monday – 28 December – James Petrie – Baby Feeding in The Future. A fascinating talk from the innovative pastry chef on how food is introduced to us from birth. It’s an inspiring look at how we take something so fundamental for granted and what we can learn for future generations.
Set your reminders and prepare to be inspired.
Also tickets for Food On The Edge (#FOTE2016) are already on sale via www.foodontheedge.ie with special extra early bird rates until after Christmas.