Food On The Edge, 2018- Listen To Over 50 Top Chefs And Culinary Leaders

Dublin, Ireland-
Food on the Edge sponsored by S.Pellegrino will be taking place on 22 and 23 October, 2018 with some of the biggest names in culinary world at Galway on Ireland’s rugged West Coast. You will see over 50 top chefs and food leaders speaking at the event, which this year takes ‘Conversations’ as one if its central themes, alongside the ‘Future of Food,’ as a way to expand on some of the issues raised at previous editions.

Speaking at the event’s national launch in Dublin, chef and organiser JPMcMahon said: “I think it’s very good to sometimes talk through some of the issues and the problems, whether they are mental health, food waste, or education on the chef’s side and also the food education of our children, and that plays into who we are as a society.”

Early bird tickets priced at €300 are available until 31 August.

This year include the speakers like Albert Adria of Tickets, Ana Roš of Hiša Franko, Andoni Luis Aduriz of Mugaritz, Clare Smyth of Core, Malena Martinez of Mater Iniciativa, Matt Orlando of Amass and Will Goldfarb of Room 4 Dessert.
See the full list of speakers below.

Aidan McGee, Corrigan’s, London
Albert Adria, Tickets, Barcelona
Ana Roš, Hiša Franko, Slovenia
Andoni Luis Aduriz, Mugaritz, San Sebastian
Anita Hayes, Irish Seed Savers
Andy McFadden, Glovers Alley by Andy McFadden, Dublin
Arlette Eulert & Malena Martinez, Matria, Peru
Alexandre Silva, LOCO, Lisbon
Carri Thurman & Sharon Roufa, Two Sisters Bakery, Homer, Alaska
Clare Smyth, Core by Clare Smyth, London
Conor Spacey, Chef’s Manifesto, Dublin
Diana Henry, Food Writer
Didier Ferilati, co-director de Fuego Amigo consultaría
Douglas McMaster, Silo, Brighton
Duncan Welgemoed, Africola, Adelaide, Australia
Emma Bengtsson, Aquavit, NYC
Eric Vildgaard, Restaurant Jordnaer, Denmark
Esben Holmboe Bang & Halaigh Whelan-McManus, Maaemo, Norway
Hans Neuner, Ocean Restaurant, Portugal
Helena Puolakka, Aster, London
James Whetlor & Jonathan Woolway, Goatober, London
Jeremy Chan & Iré Hassan-Odukale, Ikoyi, London
Joe Warwick, Where Chefs Eat
Jorge Vallejo, Quintonil, Mexico City
Joshna Maharaj, chef/speaker/activist, Toronto
Joshua Smith, Moody’s Delicatessen & Provisions, Boston
Julie Dupouy, Down2Wine, Ireland
Kemal Demirasal, Alancha, Istanbul
Kevin Burke, The Ninth, London
Lars Williams, Empirical Spirits, Denmark
Lauren Singer, Trash Is For Tossers, NYC
Luke French, Joro, Sheffield
Marguerite Keogh, The Five Fields, London
Mark Anderson, Gather & Gather, Dublin
Matt Orlando, Amass, Copenhagen
Nathan Outlaw, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Cornwall, UK
Neven Maguire, MacNean House & Restaurant, Ireland
Niall Davidson, Nuala, London
Nicolai Ellitsgaard Pedersen, Under, Norway
Nicolas Min JØrgensen, Substans, Aarhus, Denmark
Nicolai Nørregaard, Kadeau, Copenhagen
Norbert Niederkofler, St. Hubertus, Dolomites, Italy
Pádraic Óg Gallagher, The Boxty House, Dublin
Paul Cunningham, Henne Kerkebe Kro, Denmark
Paul Finkelstein, Eat Fit, Canada
Paul Ivic, Tian, Vienna
Sasu Laukkonen, Ora, Helsinki
Shauna & Mark Froydenlund, Marcus Restaurant, London
Skye Gyngell, Spring Restaurant, London
Vladimir Mukhin, White Rabbit, Moscow
Will Goldfarb, Room4Dessert, Bali

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