Emma, originally from Carlow, is a qualified barrister, who studied law at Griffith College and now works with a healthcare company. She met Ke(...)

With a shared love of the Irish language, Ailis, a teacher in O’Carolan College, Nobber, Co Meath, and Stiofán, from Cootehill, Co Cavan, met in Au(...)

 Michael Kelly launching the #GrowItYourSelfie fundraiser with   growers Shona Du Bois and Karen O’Donohoe. Photograph: Mary Browne

GROW HQ, a €1.45 million national food education centre which will be home to the Grow It Yourself movement, as well as a farm shop, cookery school an(...)

 Chris De Burgh performs during the humanist funeral service for Paolo Tullio at Trinity College Dublin, June 11th, 2015. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Affectionate tributes were paid to the late Paolo Tullio at his funeral service in Trinity College on Thursday. The award-winning chef and restaurant(...)

Chef Robbie Krawcyzk, Tankardstown House. Photograph: Deirdre Rooney

The chef Robbie Krawcyzk Tankardstown House I’m betting that the softly spoken, art school educated Robbie Krawcyzk will have the “humble” word(...)

 Richard Corrigan:  has three restaurants in London – Corrigan’s in Mayfair, Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill, and Bentley’s Sea Grill at Harrods.

The chain of restaurants in the UK owned by Irish celebrity chef Richard Corrigan recorded tasty increases in revenues and profits last year, accordin(...)

Judy and Peter Skelly in their Costcutter shop in Virginia, Co Cavan. Photograph: Barry Cronin.

The breakfast roll is back in demand in Virginia, Co Cavan. “Oh, the breakfast roll man is back, big time,” says Peter Skelly whose family opened a ne(...)

If you were to enlist someone to cook dinner for you and nine of your friends, would you opt for chef and restaurateur Richard Corrigan, or politician(...)

Salad days

Do you know your butterhead from your batavia, your cos from your crisphead? Nothing beats the taste and texture of a homegrown salad and nobody knows(...)

It’s hard not to feel like a cheapskate when the waiter takes your giant brass cornered menus away and you get back some notepaper a fraction o(...)