Try these doughnuts, mince pies with an almond twist, lemon curd pots, winter fruit salad and chocolate salami for a sweet party selection
Elena Arzak, the Basque chef with three Michelin stars, voted Best Female Chef in the World, found inspiration in her visit to Dublin
It’s coming up to that time of year when we will be offering food and drinks to big gatherings, and these nibbles are substantial, without requiring cutlery
Google famously provides free meals, drinks and snacks around the clock for its employees. Photographs: Eric Luke
These days no trendy bar or restaurant can be without a list of cocktails. Mixologists create their favourite festive party drinks
The food forum is finished for now but you can still access all our great Q&As here by clicking the links below
If you buy wine in an off-licence you can check the label, so why can’t you do the same when eating out, asks Rosita Boland
Food is a central part of this annual American holiday. As Bostonian Stephen Lucek marks his eighth Thanksgiving in Dublin today, he offers some insider tips and recipes
What I Eat: Mark Rohan, Paralympic cyclist
The American ‘sport’ of competitive eating came to Newbridge, Co Kildare, recently. It wasn’t a meal, it was a bloodbath
Cast all thoughts of Bambi aside and tuck into this healthy, lean stew with roasted veg on the side
A new Irish food and farming film will be screened at Food Film Fest in Chicago today, writes Marie-Claire Digby
As our fingerlicking contribution to The Irish Times Food Month, The Ticket presents our movie night as we cuddle up with Le Galaxie to watch the classic Steve Martin/John Candy comedy Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
From west Canada to east China, six Irish emigrants reveal how their tastes and diets have changed, taking in everything from close encounters with pig brains to breakfast mangoes from the back garden
Food has always found its way into fiction. There’s even a genre where eating forms the backdrop to the story
Lough Erne steals the show in new Tourism Ireland online food film
What I Eat: Olympic sailor Annalise Murphy
Look who’s coming to lunch: the Minister for Food, Simon Coveney, talks obesity, horsemeat and conflicts of interest
A three-day trip to Dingle Distillery proves the future is bright for Irish whiskey, writes Gary Quinn
I’m always missing a key ingredient at a vital moment, my curries often taste like bolognese, and my bolognese often tastes like nothing at all
Ireland’s coffee culture scene is booming But how does the bean get to your cup?
The White Cottages in Skerries has recently been awarded the Georgina Campbell Best B&B in Ireland award and the Best B&B Breakfast award. We called in to see them in action
I learned many things during my year studying in Harvard, but perhaps the most unexpected lesson was an introduction to the pleasure of real cocktails
Post your culinary conundrums here for our panel of experts, which this week includes our guests Donal Skehan and Imen McDonnell
As the nights draw in, the wines of the Rhône are well worth investigating. A good producer’s Côtes du Rhône is often superior to a better name from a lesser source.
Do you reward yourself with a slice of cake for a job well done, or reach for the biscuit tin in stressful moments?
If you get a moment, it is worth trying new recipes and then practising them so they become part of your life
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A delicious starter for any table. Butternut with coconut, lime & miso