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Maltese Traditional Foodways with Palazzo Falson in Mdina

Fancy knowing more about Maltese traditional foodways?

     

Palazzo Falson Mdina – Series of talks about Maltese traditional Foodways

Palazzo Falson www.palazzofalson.com in Mdina will be holding a series of four talks by Dr Noel Buttigieg, food historian and educator. The story telling of traditional food practices includes the Maltese practices of harvesting, the preservation of food and its preparation to present and serve at the table.  A different and interesting way to learn more about the Maltese culture and identity!

When

The dates and details of the different sessions are as follows:

Session 1: Thursday 7th February 2019, Pleasures of Preserving
Session 2: Tuesday 12th February 2019, Worth Weighing: Cheat me not!
Session 3: Thursday 21st February 2019, Power of Preparation Practices
Session 4: Thursday 28th February 2019, Conflicting Culinary Consumption
@ Palazzo Falson from 6:30pm to 8:00pm

More details about each session can be found at www.palazzofalson.com/detail.aspx?id=430672

I will be going to the second session and will give you an insight about it further on in the next  blog!

These talks include some leisure time to discuss further with the expert over a glass of wine. They may be taken up as a whole series or as stand-alone talks at the price below:

Cost and how to book

Donation Per Session:
€20 EUR or €10 if you are a Friend of Palazzo Falson
Donation for all Sessions:
€65 or €35 if you are a Friend of Palazzo Falson

Please note that booking is required by sending an email to bookings@palazzofalson.com to secure your place.

Writing this blog at around 12pm, it is perfect timing to wish you “Bon appétit!”,-)

 

 

Envie d’en savoir plus sur les habitudes alimentaires traditionnelles Maltaises?

 

Le Palazzo Falson www.palazzofalson.com à Mdina propose une série de quatre conférences par le Dr Noel Buttigieg, historien de l’alimentation et professeur. Cette série de conférences abordera les pratiques de récolte maltaises, la conservation des aliments, les techniques de présentation et de service. Une manière originale d’en savoir plus sur la culture et l’identité Maltaises!

 

Les dates et le détail des différentes sessions sont les suivants:

 

Session 1: jeudi 7 Février 2019, Les plaisirs de la conservation

Session 2: mardi 12 Février 2019, ça vaut la peine de peser: ne me trompez pas!

Session 3: jeudi 21 Février 2019, Les techniques de préparation

Session 4: jeudi 28 Février 2019, Les traditions culinaires

@ Palazzo Falson de 18h30 à 20h00

 

Vous pouvez lire plus de détails sur chaque session à l’adresse suivante : www.palazzofalson.com/detail.aspx?id=430672

 

J’irai personnellement à la deuxième session et vous en donnerai un aperçu un peu plus tard sur ce blog, stay tuned !

 

Ces conférences comprennent également un temps de discussion avec le professeur autour d’un verre de vin.

Ces conférences sont accessibles individuellement ou dans leur ensemble au prix indiqué ci-dessous:

 

Don par session: 20 € ou 10 € si vous êtes un ami du Palazzo Falson

Don pour toutes les sessions: 65 € ou 35 € si vous êtes un ami du Palazzo Falson

 

Notez que la réservation est requise en envoyant un email à bookings@palazzofalson.com pour sécuriser votre place.

 

J’écris ce blog aux alentours de midi, moment idéal pour vous souhaiter un Bon appétit!, -)

 

Author: Laetitia Nicolas

About the Author: Laetitia hails from the South of France and has recently joined ESE as part of our Marketing Team. Laetitia has worked previously in the flavour industry in the Geneva region before teaching about flavours and working for a spice and herbs Dutch company. Living in Malta has given Laetitia the opportunity to join the teaching world again with ESE. This time helping French speaking people to improve their English. Being French, it is not a surprise that she likes food! She also enjoys spending time with her family and sports such as running, trekking, skiing, skydiving, along with reading, travelling and of course watching movies!

 

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