The Rockin’ Food Festival highlights the intricate food culture of Enniscorthy Foodie town perfectly. The family festival is the perfect opportunity for national Artisan food producers to flaunt their finest food products, and the perfect opportunity for you, the festival goer, to fall in love with them.
Come with an empty stomach as the streets are alive with ceaseless rows of food stalls filling the town with a mouth-watering aroma of fresh, local cuisine. Boundless amounts of foodies come to try reliable tastes and also to sample unfamiliar flavours. From succulent burgers and smokin’ hot dogs to tangy chutneys and zesty juices, there’s something to tickle everyone’s taste buds.
With so much to choose from it can a tough decision where to begin your food story. Delve in-and-out of some of the Rockin’ Food Trails, tailored for our festival goers to get the honest experience of Enniscorthy’s culinary gems. Saturday’s local Farmer’s Market is another invaluable way of sampling the local produce. A humble gathering of the town’s people selling truly traditional produce.
On the off chance that you’re still hungry the restaurants, bars and hotels are trustworthy and deliver dishes with utmost quality of food and service.
This year’s festival welcomes the return of celebrity chef Edward Hayden. Edward is a well-established chef and food writer and is well – accustomed to TV and Radio audiences from his weekly appearances on TV3′s Ireland AM and steady debuts on KCLR 96FM. Edward has published a series of cookbooks and his recipes have been spread nation-wide in a variety of publications.
Catch Edward at this year’s foodie festival in Enniscorthy Co. Wexford for cookery demonstrations, foodie tips and all round fun.