The Seedhead Lecture presents
SOLD OUT Belfast’s Wild Larder
The Black Box (Green Room)
Sunday 13 January, 3.00pm
There’s a taste of Belfast that you might not even know is there. In amongst the parks, on the hillsides, the streets and in your neighbours’ garden, the city is teeming with food. Take a closer look and there are hazelnuts on Donegall Street, pears in Annadale, sea buckthorn along the M2 and puffballs hiding in Stormont.
Join forager and curious cook Clare McQuillan on her journey of identification and experimentation and learn how she makes dandelion delicious. The talk will include a taste of some of the wild urban delicacies available within the city limits.
Clare is a freelance foraging guide and chef based in East Belfast who is interested in experimental tastes, eating sustainably and encouraging others to engage with nature through food.
Doors 2.30pm | Unreserved Seating
Tickets also available from: Visit Belfast | 028 90 246 609
9 Donegall Square North - Open 7 days a Week