Some of the top chefs from across the world came to Galway last year to speak at Food on the Edge 2015 – a two day symposium for chefs and food enthusiasts. Among them were Michelin Star Chef Tom Aikens, ‘Tom Aikens’ London , Phil Wood, ‘Rockpool on George’, Sydney, Brandon Baltzley ‘Ribelle’ Boston, Alessandro Porcelli ‘Cook it Raw’ Italy and John & Connie De Sausa ‘Charcut’ Calgary – many of whom have never been to Ireland before.

The speakers were chosen for their passion, drive and ability to inspire chefs around the world. While they were here they shared their journey with us along part of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way where they had the opportunity to meet with local producers and see for themselves how Ireland’s landscape and local food producers are working hand in glove with local chefs and restaurants to produce a unique and compelling food experience for visitors.

To learn more or to purchase tickets for Food on the Edge 2016 please visit www.foodontheedge.ie

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Mountain Retreat and Rural B&B in the Killarney area

Launch pad for day-trips

Ring of Kerry - Beara Penisula - Killarney - Kenmare - Gap of Dunloe

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Superb hiking

The best hikes in Kerry: Mangerton, Carrauntoohil and many more. Guides available.

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