• Airfield Estate (map)
  • Ireland

The nose-to-tail approach to eating animals is more ethical, sustainable, and nutritious than the current practice which, for many of us, means a diet comprised of the same cuts of meat from the same few animals.  In order to make changes to our modern diets and food system to restore our health and the health of the planet we need to adopt a whole animal approach similar to that of the past.  This workshop provides exposure to the knowledge and basic skills necessary to make the most of the animal to produce informed, meaningful food that reaches its full potential by exceeding modern expectations of flavor, texture and presentation. 

Through a dynamic combination of presentation, demonstration and tasting offered by Experimental Archaeologist, Visiting Professor of Archaeology at UCD, and the Director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab, Washington College Dr. Bill Schindler and Master Chef and President of the Italian Culinary Institute, John Nocita, attendees will learn about examples of approaches to making the most of an animal using traditional regional Italian Cuisine deeply rooted in both history and sense of place, and experience how amazing food can be made from even the strangest parts of an animal.