Sheridans Cheesemongers will host our sixth Irish food festival on Sunday 24th May 2015, here at our Virginia Road Station headquarters in Co Meath. A huge array of Ireland’s top food producers will be here to sell, sample and talk about their wonderful foods. The idea of this annual event is to bring together the people who make the foods and the customers who love it. The criteria for the stalls are that the food is made in Ireland, is of great quality and that the people behind the stalls are the people who made the food. It will bring together over eighty of the best artisan food producers from around Ireland.
The festival will run between 10 am and 6 pm.
A €5 admission fee per vehicle helps towards the running cost of this not for profit Festival!
What’s in the pipelines for 2015
Our National Irish Brown Bread Competition will return – anyone can enter from across the land. Click to Enter
Onsite local schools brown bread baking competition
Raw Milk – from tasting milks from different producers, to making cheese and butter and tasting Ireland’s great raw milk cheeses. Click to Book
Lots more to come for our 2015 day out… It gets bigger and better every year!
Mobile Cinema 2015:
An exciting new features being introduced at this years Fesitval is a mobile cinema provided with thanks to Guth Gafa Bites and Cinemobile.
Corrigan’s Sunday Supper
End this year’s Irish food festival on a high with a glorious Sunday Supper at Virginia Park Lodge. The evening will consist of canapés on arrival, a welcome Bellini cocktail and three course dinner, featuring a Sheridan’s cheese course. €55 per person
Check out Donal Skehan’s behind-the-scene’s footage of our 2013 festival featuring the brown bread tent..
WHAT WENT ON IN 2014:
We had an amazing line up of workshops; Richard Corrigan of the new Virginia Park Lodge, Virginia, Ross Lewis of Chapter One, Virginia-born Michelin-starred chef Enda McEvoy, Evan Doyle of Brooklodge, John and Sally McKenna, spice-master Arun Kapil, a children’s sausage making demo with Ed Hick and a cheesemaking demo with Quinlann Steele of Milleens cheese.
Ella McSweeney hosted our National Brown Bread Competition and our local Schools’ Brown Bread ‘Bake-Off’ in the Brown Bread tent. Find out how to enter our National Brown Bread competition and find out more here.
As ever, We had free children’s entertainment, live music courtesy of “Early House Jazz” plus guests, and traditional fair games organised by the local Soccer and GAA clubs.
So, make sure you set aside Sunday the 24th May 2015 to visit us – we look forward to seeing you there.