Live Eating

at

Yesterday

Iveagh Gardens, Dublin 2.

The launch of Taste of Dublin with, from left: ​Sharon Hearne-Smith​ – food stylist and cookbook author, Avril Bannerton Managing Director of Taste of Dublin and Candice Brown​ of the Great British Bake Off.

‘Food enthusiasts’ from all over the country will “converge in style “at ​Taste of Dublin 2018 from June 14-17​ at the  Gardens.

A food lover’s playground?

Or overpriced, elitist pig out ?

Only YOU can decide.

Previously: Marcel Kreuger: Bad Aftertaste

Rollingnews

11 thoughts on “Live Eating

  1. Starina

    defo an elitist pig-out, but good craic if your company pays for tickets (which seems to be the case of most people who attend) :D

      1. thecitizen

        +2
        It’s become a joke.

        How much are they paying to use a public park and prevent public access for the best part of the summer? -“Commercially sensitive”
        Where does the money go? -“Commercially sensitive”

        poo poo

  2. bisted

    …Marcel’s critique of last year was spot-on…it’ll be that ‘ol deja vu…again…

  3. Diddles

    Thirst of Dublin. Last time I was there it was a booze up festival. Early in the afternoon they had a live band and kids were bopping around at the front of the stage, the lead singer then roared, ‘turn up the mudder f**kin base, get this sh*t started’

  4. Micko

    Aaagh – I think I’m addicted to this thing

    I know that it’s not cheap. But I have a blast every feck1n year!

    I think I’m an elitist now lads… pray for me
    :-O

  5. Junkface

    Just hand your wallet to the wallet inspector as you enter. This event is the definition of Irish Meaness in action, with regards to food portions/per cost. They also completely scimp on the amount of meat in the meals, its ridiculous!

    1. MW7

      “Just hand your wallet to the wallet inspector as you enter.” <– THIS. Great idea for a festival but absolute rip.

  6. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    I noted a mango, pineapple, lime and coconut Victoria sponge recipe by Candice at the weekend: must make it this week.
    I made Felicity Cloake’s “How To Make the Perfect Rhubarb Crumble” last night. Feckin’ delish, so it was.
    I’m starving now.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      Oooh I had a read of that. I love me a good crumble. Not much of a rhubarb fan though.

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