WOMEN PIONEERING IRISH FOOD
The Irish food landscape has changed significantly since Dunne & Crescenzi first opened it’s doors in 1999. A multicultural, inclusive and confident contemporary Irish food scene has emerged, accompanying significant social and cultural shifts.
Irish artist Jesse Jones considered these shifts at last year’s Venice Biennale with a commentary art installation exploring the role of women in the modern day republic.
This will provide the conceptual starting point for us to consider food as an agent of change.
Dunne & Crescenzi are looking to support an aspiring woman to pioneer Irish food. The award will provide culinary, financial, business, marketing and back of house support.
We are looking for proposals by aspiring women to create a delicious Irish product to consciously articulate her ambitions through food.
Energizing pasta plates, reinvigorating smoothies, relaxing cocktails, sumptuous cakes, provocative preserves, and quick bites on the go are some examples that come to mind.
Dunne & Crescenzi
The competition is open to all persons 18 years of age and older.
Submissions will be judged based on the following criteria:
30% The idea
30% Business potential
40% Deliciousness factor