Samhain 2022: Fourth Annual Food & Culture Festival from Boyne Valley Flavours Returns to Kells

Building on the success of its last three outings, Samhain has firmly established itself within the fibre of the Boyne Valley by stimulating conversations on Irish food and culture and cementing its status as an important fixture on the food festival schedule. Exploring thought, taste and intrigue through discussion, demonstration, workshops, talks, tours and play, Samhain will take place in the heritage town of Kells once again from Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th November. 

Maria Flynn (Ballymakenny Farm), Russell Alford and Patrick Hanlon (GastroGays), James Tallon (Martry Mill), Kevin Sheridan (Sheridan’s Cheesemongers and chef and Taste The Atlantic Seafood Ambassador Roann Byrne | Image (c) JR Studio

As well as an enviable line-up of award-winning chefs, best-selling cookbook authors, culinary experts, and international guest speakers, organisers Boyne Valley Flavours will also unveil their vision for launching Ireland’s very first ‘Centre of Food Culture, Boyne Valley’, a groundbreaking project to foster, safeguard and support Irish food and culture, supported by Meath & Louth County Council.

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