Subject: Food culture of Ireland tour

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Earn CEUs on an International Study Tour Designed for Dietitians | June 30–July 7, 2019
Enjoy a 10-day immersion to explore, experience and discover the beauty of the country 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, the program begins on the historic University College Cork (UCC) campus in engaging discussions with UCC faculty Colin Sage, food geographer and author of Environment and Food and Regina Sexton, food and culinary historian and author of A Little History of Irish Food, setting the stage for the tours, tastings and experiences ahead.

Colin and Regina will be our guides as we explore Cork’s renowned English Market and Butter Museum, travel to the nearby village of Midleton for the Saturday market and a tour of the Jameson whiskey distillery and spend a day visiting with dairy farmers.

End your time with us in Ireland for an afternoon at the internationally acclaimed Ballymaloe Cookery School where you will work with the culinary staff to prepare a garden to table dinner. The program provides a perfect mix of scheduled activities and meals and the opportunity to discover and visit local sites and restaurants on your own.

FACULTY
Colin Sage, PhD Regina Sexton, MS
Ann Cohen MS, RDN, LD Le Greta Hudson MS, RDN, LD, CDE

More information on this amazing tour, including itinerary and costs, can be found at: www.foodcultureology.com/ireland-2020/

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