Dr. Bill Schindler, Chair of EXARC, will be sharing information about EXARC, the Eastern Shore Food Lab, as well as the Food Evolutions Project at the first African Conference on Experimental Archaeology.
Dr. Schindler & Mr. O'Brien will tour the facility of Brox, Europe's leading bone broth producer, with Brox CEO & Founder, Konrad Kaspar Knops
Slow Food Ireland dinner in the Brooklodge in County Wicklow
Join Michelin Star Chef, Kevin Thornton of Thornton Kooks, and Dr Bill Schindler of National Geographic's show, The Great Human Race, as they led participants on a Forest Foraging Trail as they hunt and cook wild, edible wonders. Register now!
Dr. Schindler will once-again join Chef John Nocita to develop an innovative hands-on course that connects modern chefs with a comprehensive understanding of their ancestral dietary past. This is the 1st time anything has ever been done like this at a culinary school.
Delicious evening of food, butter and stew to celebrate the 75th anniversary with a grand inaugural lecture by Dr. Seamus Caulfield.
Dr. Bill Schindler will share his knowledge of Food in relation to the archaeological record through experimental archaeology for the MsC students at Unversity College of Dublin.
Jason O'Brien is teaming up his Roundstone bread with Dr. Bill Schindler's raw, wild-cultured butter for a taste not to be missed!
Dr. Bill Schindler, Chair of EXARC, will be sharing information about EXARC as well as the Food Evolutions Project at the Greek-Irish Experimental Archaeology conference.
Dr. Bill Schindler shares his experience filming the National Geographic television series, The Great Human Race with UCD's master's and PhD students. He will specifically focus on the stonetool technology shown throughout the series and how it relates to the archaeological record.
Jason O'Brien & Bill Schindler will be participating in this year's Food on the Edge event in Galway, Ireland.
Dr. Bill Schindler will be participating in a 5-day Natural Cheesemaking Class with David Asher author of The Art of Natural Cheesemaking.
Spent a splendid Sunday out on a wild edible foods foray in the Wicklow Mountains with Kevin Thornton!
Dr. Bill Schindler shares his latest research and impressions on how to eat like humans again and highlights his latests projects including the Eastern Shore Food Lab and Food Evolutions.
Site visit to see how local Irish milk is produced so Bill can use it for dairy products - including butter!
Conversation about using traditional Mexican foodways to reconnect people with their heritage
Spent the afternoon sea foraging with Brian Gannon off the beautiful coast of Ireland.
Acquiring cultures from Chef Neil Barrett for the Schindler Family's year in Ireland
It doesn’t get more magical than this! True place-based, hands-on learning about the first farmers in Ireland with Seamas Caulfield, emeritus professor of UCD School of Archaeology.