An Tairseach Farm to Fork Tour & Dinner

Fri 14th October 2022 | 5:30 pm to 9 pm | An Tairseach Organic Farm & Ecology Centre, Kilmantin Hill, Wicklow Town, Wicklow, Ireland - In Person Event

Come join us in the Ecology Centre where you will see a short visual presentation on the origins of An Tairseach. This will be followed by a guided tour of the gardens and growing area in the farm. Meet Nancy and the other pigs, smell the lush growth of the vegetables and simply enjoy this hidden gem in Wicklow town.  For over 20 years we have been practising organic farming, producing quality food that is beneficial to the land and the wildlife and employing many people.

This is really a great example of sustainable living that will benefit future generations in Wicklow Town. Up your entertaining skills with this food demonstration by Thierry Peurois on the beautiful grounds of An Tairseach. Award-winning French chef Thierry Peurois and owner of Wicklow-based Le Paysan, has been in the catering and food industry for 35 years and has vast experience as a chef in Michelin-starred restaurants. Thierry will demonstrate the preparation of a three-course meal which can be easily replicated in your own kitchen using seasonal produce from our organic farm.

You will learn how to create a beautiful 3-course dinner with his unique finesse and style. This event will be limited to 20 participants only.  Book early to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are €60.00 and can be booked here.

About An Tairseach Organic Farm & Ecology Centre

An Tairseach Organic Farm and Ecology Centre has allowed nature to flourish in all its glory. The farm in Wicklow Town has been at the forefront of the organic food movement acquiring organic status back in 2006. It acquired organic status in 2006. This was the culmination of several years of intensive work, clearing the soil of chemicals, restoring its fertility, improving hedgerows, laying out pathways and planting thousands of trees. The farm now produces an abundance of organic vegetables as well as organic beef and pork. There is a large garden with polytunnels at the back of the Ecology Centre building and a 70-acre site up on the hill.  As well as the vegetables and animal grazing areas there is also a wildlife conservation area and a thriving woodland.

Read more about An Tairseach here.