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Create your own Ulster Fry – from Field to Fork at Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen: Sustainable Showcase

52A Ballymorran Road, Killinchy, County Down, BT23 6UD
Table laid with homemade breads and cake

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Join Tracey in Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen where you will learn how to make your own Soda and Potato breads. 

Join Tracey in Traceysfarmhousekitchen where you will learn how to make your own Soda and Potato breads. Gather your own organic eggs from the hen house and cook your sausages made from organically reared pigs. Sit around the Farmhouse Kitchen table with a big mug of tea or coffee and tuck into an Ulster Fry - from field to fork! Whether you’re coming here to taste the tradition, explore the shore or both, an experience that starts at Tracey’s Farmhouse Kitchen, begins the best way; with warmth, comfort and the kind of welcome that you only get in a real Irish kitchen. 

Scroll down to watch as Tracey tells you what to expect from this lovely day out.

Age 6+ | Current Covid restrictions apply | Please ensure that you check with all members of your party regarding food allergies, intolerances, and dietary requirements prior to booking tickets. It is the responsibility of the ticketholder to inform a member of staff at the host venue about  food allergies, intolerances and specific dietary requirements.  This must be done 72 hours before the experience by contacting info@traceysfarmhousekitchen.com

You will be joining AND Sustainable Giants – Green Tourism Network member – NI Food Tours. The AND Sustainable Giants is a passionate group of tourism providers committed to sustainable and green tourism practices. These local people care deeply about this place, and constantly strive to operate in ways that reduce negative impact on the environment. This green tourism network members build sustainability into their everyday business practices helping to preserve and protect the planet now and for future generations to enjoy.

All reduced rates in the Sustainable Showcase are facilitated through funding from the Live Here Love Here’s Climate Challenge Fund, where schools, local councils, community and youth groups and businesses across Northern Ireland benefitted from grants to help put their climate knowledge into action.  

Funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund, the scheme made £200,000 available for projects that introduced climate action into local communities.

For further information on the Climate Challenge Fund, visit www.liveherelovehere.org 

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Ticket£40.00 per ticket

All reduced rates in the Sustainable Showcase are facilitated through funding from the Live Here Love Here’s Climate Challenge Fund

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