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McCloskey’s has retail outlets in Co Louth and distributes across the country. This image from the bakery’s website shows one of their outlets on Trinity Street, Drogheda.

Seventeen members of staff in a Co Louth bakery have tested positive for Covid-19 leading to the temporary closure of the business. McCloskeys’ bake(...)

Michelin meals: Mickael Viljanen (right) and Mark Moriarty (left) of the Greenhouse

Chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants in Dublin, Kildare and Waterford are cooking meals for front-line workers dealing with the coronavirus crisis (...)

Maria and David Flynn at  their recently opened drive-thru’  spudshack at Ballymakenny, Co Louth. Photograph:   Johnny Bambury

Maria Flynn has to take a moment to gather herself on her first ever Skype call. She has taken to the technology with ease. But there’s a point where (...)

Irish chef Anna Haugh who is opening Myrtle restaurant in London in April

Myrtle in London “There is no secret investor so that makes me owner, chef, interior designer, and fire marshall wrapped into one. This is by far the(...)

Aldi is selling professional-looking crêpe makers.

Seán Hussey’s grandfather started Hussey & Sons Fruit and Veg in 1947 with a five-acre site in Kinsealy, north Dublin. He grew vegetables and brou(...)

Gareth ‘Gaz’ Smith, second from left, chef owner at Michael’s of Mount Merrion, with  manager Talha Pasha and  fishermen Steven Farren and Robert Markey on board Celtic Spirit II, off Howth, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

“We’re mad about getting more kids eating seafood and Irish produce.” Gareth “Gaz” Smith, chef owner of neighbourhood restaurant Michael’s in Mount Me(...)

Bronagh Rogers, who has made it to the final six in the Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year competition, presenting her semi-final dish to judges Graham Neville, Gareth Mullins and Danni Barry

Irish chef and restaurateur Richard Corrigan has been announced as the guest judge for the Euro-Toques Ireland Young Chef of the Year competition, the(...)

For National Potato Day, we find some of the best Irish Times recipes for the humble spud

Friday is National Potato Day, and while most of us are content to roast our Roosters and mash our Maris Pipers, there’s a lot more we could be doing(...)