Eoin Cluskey of Bread 41 on Pearse Street in Dublin 2, which opens on Friday. Photographs: Marie-Claire Digby

An organic bakery with a flour mill on site and a 44-seat café, opens on Friday on Pearse Street in Dublin 2. Bread 41 is a €250,000 start-up headed b(...)

For the past few months my sister Rosie has been making this granola. Anyone who tastes it just wants more. We’ve all been giving her empty jars that (...)

Mary Berry is coming to the National Ploughing Championships and you could be joining her there for afternoon tea. Photograph:  Georgia Glynn Smith

Are you brave enough to bake for Mary Berry? The TV star and cookbook author will be a guest of the National Dairy Council (NDC) at the National Ploug(...)

The Legal Eagle: hosting a brewer’s lunch in conjunction with Tallaght’s Priory Brewing on Sunday, June 24th

Peroni pop-up Chefs Gráinne O’Keefe and Hugh Higgins will be giving contemporary Italian food an Irish twist when the House of Peroni pops up in a ne(...)

Myrtle Allen’s philosophy on food sounds simple enough now but her approach was regarded as revolutionary at the time. Photograph: Eric Luke

Myrtle Allen Born: 1924 Died: June 13th, 2018 Internationally renowned as the “matriarch” of modern Irish cuisine, Myrtle Allen, who has died at (...)

Ballymaloe House founder Myrtle Allen: ’Keep hoping that you can continue to ignore all those wretched customers that look for swanky food, and hope that the critics are good enough to distinguish the difference between trendy, pretentious menus and the quality of the food on the plate.’ Photograph: Joleen Cronin

Tucked in among the personal papers and diaries belonging to Myrtle Allen, the 94-year-old matriarch of the Ballymaloe hotel, cookery school and food (...)

Rory O’Connell: No showmanship, product-placement or experimental genre-hopping formats here

His eyebrows rising gently over the top of his horn-rimmed glasses, Rory O’Connell addresses the viewer across his kitchen table with a soft apology. (...)

Jayna McCloskey (9) and Max Barrett (9) at the launch of Safefood’s report, which shows that families with children spent on average €1,037 last year on highly processed food such as crisps, chocolate and sweets.

News that the average Irish family spends 20 per cent of its food budget on so-called treats full of sugar and fat and empty of nutrition is shocking (...)

The Lord Mayor’s Lounge at the Shelbourne is getting a revamp and so is its afternoon tea. You could win afternoon tea for six by designing a new pastry or cake for it

The Lord Mayor’s Lounge at Dublin’s Shelbourne hotel is currently being refurbished, with designer Guy Oliver, who has worked on No 10 Downing Street (...)

Blue Hare’s bacon, egg and cheese sandwich.

Julie O’Mahony traded a career in advertising, including three years in a Madison Avenue agency in New York, for a culinary adventure that took her to(...)

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