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Food on the Edge, the global food symposium, returns to Galway for a fourth consecutive year on the 22 and 23 October, at the Bailey Allen Hall in the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), with exciting news of this edition's impressive speaker list.
A line-up of world class chefs, from Spanish chef Albert Adria to Moscow's Vladimir Mukhin, are promised to take to the stage over the two-days to present and debate on this year's themes of "conversations, food education, food waste and action and reaction."
Judging by the success of previous years, the creative sparks are sure to fly in what has been described by the World's Best Female Chef 2017 , and returning chef speaker, Ana Ros as the "most inspiring" event she has ever attended.
Here's a taste of what's gone before:
JP McMahon, founder-director of Food On The Edge, said, "Our speakers are chosen for their talent and commitment to changing how we eat and cook our food now. It's going to be another great line-up.”
Early Bird Tickets with entry to both days can be bought at a reduced rate of €300 (Student Early Bird costs €250) until 31 August. For more information see www.foodontheedge.ie.
#FOTE2018 The Speakers (confirmed so far)
Albert Adria, Tickets, Barcelona
Ana Roš, Hiša Franko, Slovenia
Andoni Luis Aduriz, Mugaritz, San Sebastian
Carri Thurman & Sharon Roufa, Two Sisters Bakery, Homer, Alaska
Emma Bengtsson, Aquavit, NYC
Enrique Olvera, Pujol, Mexico City
Helena Puolakka, Aster, London
Jorge Vallejo, Quintonil, Mexico City
Joshna Maharaj, chef | speaker | activist, Toronto
Kemal Demirasal, Alancha, Istanbul
Lauren Singer, Trash Is For Tossers, New York City
Leonor Espinosa, Restaurant Leo, Bogota, Colombia
Matt Orlando, Amass, Copenhagen
Nicolai Ellitsgaard Pedersen, Under, Norway
Paul Ivic, Tian, Vienna
Sasu Laukkonen, Ora, Helsinki
Sat Bains, Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham
Skye Gyngell, Spring Restaurant, London
Vladimir Mukhin, White Rabbit, Moscow