Friday Food Forum: ask us your questions now

Today is your last chance to have your culinary conundrums answered by The Irish Times food and wine team and this week's guest, Graham Neville, award-winning head chef of Restaurant FortyOne in Dublin

Fri, Nov 28, 2014, 09:53

We're nearing the end of Food Month and today we hold our final Friday Food Forum to help you with your food, drink and cooking questions.

The forum will be live between 12pm and 1pm today, when your question will be answered by our panel of experts, including Domini Kemp, Eunice Power, Catherine Cleary and John Wilson.

Our guest expert this week is chef Graham Neville, who has worked at Thornton's in Dublin, Heston Blumenthall's Fat Duck, The Ivy and La Caprice in London, and La Pyramide in Lyon. He is now head chef of award-winning Restaurant FortyOne on St Stephen's Green in Dublin, where he helped to create restaurant's own organic kitchen garden overlooking the sea just outside the city. Most importantly, Graham is here to help you with your questions from midday today.

You can post your questions in the form below, any time up until 1pm today.

 

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