TV chefs coming to Offaly for food science workshops
Midlands Science has announced that it is to welcome TV chefs Louise Lennox of Virgin Media One's The Restaurant and Aisling Larkin of Virgin Media One's Six O'Clock Show to Tullamore for a series of workshops exploring the science of food. These workshops are suitable for primary school children from 2nd to 6th class.
Foodoppi’s Molecular Gastronomy Live Event is an exciting, fun, fast-paced science and food show which gives audiences an opportunity to see food become experiments you can eat.
At this show, you will get a chance to unlock the science secrets of food and amaze your eyes and tastebuds. Included in each show is a hands-on workshop where students get to engage with real-life scientific apparatuses and create their own molecular gastronomy edible experiments.
There are three shows at 9.30am, 11.15am and 1pm and booking must be made by contacting the host venue Tullamore Library directly on 05793 46832. Places are limited so booking in advance is necessary.
This show is brought to you by Louise Lennox and Aisling Larkin as part of the Midlands Science Festival.
Louise Lennox is one of Ireland’s leading chefs, broadcasters and food writers. Having featured in a number of popular television and radio shows for over 15 years, she is best known as the chef who is “full of personality” from the hit television series, The Restaurant.
Aisling Larkin is a TV chef, a busy mum of three, food media broadcaster, feeding and mindful eating coach. Aisling appears each week on Virgin Media One’s Six O Clock Show teaching the nation her creative, functional and umami-filled family-friendly recipes.
More information through the Midlands Science social media pages.