The past two days I attended Food on the Edge, an annual symposium held in Galway that brings together chefs and food activists from all around the world to give talks, lead discussions, and network for two jam-packed days. Food symposiums/conferences like FOTE are becoming an integral way for ... » Learn More about Reflecting on Food on the Edge
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Sorry for the poor quality of the videos, but I believe you still hear Chef Emma Bengtsson's (Executive Chef at Aquavit in NYC) messages loud and clear. Emma Bengtsson 1 Emma Bengtsson 2 Emma Bengtsson 3 Emma Bengtsson 4 ... » Learn More about Food on the Edge — Videos and Pictures
For my first month in Galway I lived a good bit from Kai so I took a taxi home after work. The drive was only about 8-10 minutes, but you could get into some interesting conversations in those short late-night rides. Every night, when I got home, I jotted down these chats in my journal. Here are a ... » Learn More about Taxi Humor
Before I came to Ireland, I must admit, the extent of my knowledge of Irish food was probably about the same as that of most other Americans. I thought of rich beef stews, Guinness, butter, Irish soda bread, and of course, potatoes. Funny enough, Irish people really do love their Guinness and ... » Learn More about What is Irish Food?