Walks & Workshops

Extra date 2017.

Mary has added an extra workshop for 2017.

  • Sunday December 10th @ Nenagh, run in conjunction with Steeples this will be a farm, wood and wetland walk followed by indoor lunch and workshop. Book with folks @ Steeples or through Mary 087 7418536 cost €50 includes lunch and tastings.

 

2018 dates, here are some dates for 2018, more will be added.

  • SATURDAYS @ ECOFARM GORT.
  • March 10th
  • May 12th
  • September 22nd
  • October 13th

 

  • SUNDAYS @ CLAREEN
  • March 11th
  • May 13th
  • September 23rd
  • October 14th

 Mary offers workshops to schools, primary, post primary, College and private groups, just call to discus  your own specially tailored event. See below for some scheduled dates.

Workshops can be themed around such topics as fun with wild flowers and plants. Biodiversity, Natural health boosters, wine-making. Fungi… So if you are looking for an unusual gift or a fun educational/cooking experience contact Mar

 

  • PLEASE  NOTE: workshops subject to minimum of 6 people, max 15.

 

 

To arrange a workshop for your family or group, home or away, please contact Mary.

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Fraughan (Bilberry) frozen dessert, (Dairy, gluten and sugar free)

Ingredients,

500ml carton of Sojade organic soya yogurt,

750mls fresh Fraughans,

Juice and zest of a lime,

200grms Xylitol sweetener, or Agave syrup.

150mls water.

Tablespoon dark rum (optional).

This frozen desert is so easy to make. Of course you can adapt and use all the sugar, whipped cream you like. I made it this way for a very special lady’s birthday along with an Elderflower version and rich Chocolate pots (all gluten, dairy and sugar free)

Method,

Put the berries water, juice and zest into a pan and warm till berries soften and the juice runs. Stir in xylitol or Agave syrup and taste. remember you will be adding yogurt so you can make it just a little too sweet. Remove from heat  sieve to remove seeds and skins. Allow to cool. Add yogurt and mix well to blend, taste and add a dash of rum if liked, adjust sweetness.

Put the mixture into an ice-cream maker and churn till thick, about 15 mins,put into suitable containers and freeze.

Photod for July blog

Photod for July blog

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