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Earn 32 CPEUs during a 10-day immersion experience exploring the beauty of Ireland and the passion of the people that creates the unique food culture of southwest Ireland.
Based in Cork, the food and culinary capital of Ireland. Presentations by a food geographer and a food historian at University College Cork set the stage for tours and tastings at the Midleton Saturday Market and lunch with the chef of The Sage Restuarant with a "12 mile menu", a day at the acclamied Ballymaloe Cookery School to prepare a garden to table dinner, seaweed foraging with Food and Wine Hall of Fame awarded food journalists, Sally and John McKenna, lunch and tour on the Glenilen dairy farm, and lunch and tour with restauranteur Denis Cotter, on the Ultan Walsh farm where the vegetables are grown for his World Restaurant awarded, Paridiso, followed by a 3-course dinner at the restaurant.
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