'Our Food - What's the Story' Sunday Morning | Litfest A Food and Drinks Literacy Festival at Ballymaloe
At Litfest16, The Grainstore will be transformed into an exciting auditorium staging a thought-provoking and inspiring series of short talks and presentations, giving us the most up to the minute news of what’s happening in the world of food and drinks. By gathering an interesting and dynamic pool of writers, experts, authorities and interested parties from at home and abroad, the festival will focus our minds and thoughts on the question “Our food – what’s the story?”   
These presentations will be broken into four sessions over the weekend - Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning and Sunday afternoon.
Tickets for the half-day sessions will be priced at €50 each or €90 for a full-day. A two day weekend ticket will cost €170.

Sunday Morning 22 May 2016

Welcome Sunday AM 09.45 - 10.00
Climate Change and Our Food with Danielle Nierenberg, Founder of Food Tank Sunday AM 10.00 - 10.15
Tackling Food Waste Eoin Mac Cuirc of The Bia Food Initiative explains how Sunday AM 10.20 -10.35
Jeremy Lee head chef of Quo Vadis, London reads a favourite piece of food writing. | Herbs I Can’t Cook Without Mark Diacono from Otter Farm, Devon. | A Time for Foie a short film by award winning film makers Perennial Plate. Sunday AM 10.40 - 10.55
Questions and Answers with speakers from this session Sunday AM 11.00 - 11.15
Coffee Break Sunday AM 11.15 - 11.45
Farming the Soil a panel discussion with Ella McSweeney and farming friends Sunday AM 12.05 - 12.20
Milo Busks - Milo McCarthy. | Seed Saving - Madeleine McKeever of Brown Envelope Seeds. Sunday AM 12.25 - 12.40
Questions and Answers with speakers from this session Sunday AM 12.45 - 13.00
Lunch Sunday AM 13.00-14.45


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About Litfest

Litfest - A Food and Drinks Literacy Festival at Ballymaloe is a weekend filled with fascinating facts, inspirational stories, intriguing discussions, incredible knowledge, fantastic music, fabulous dancing and of course, delicious food and drinks.
It is the only festival of its kind in Ireland and has created an important hub for food and drinks enthusiasts worldwide to meet and share ideas with each other.

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