Karan Mittal, head chef at Ananda, explaining his dish to the judges at the Euro-Toques Young Chef semi-finals.

The finalists in the Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year 2019 have been revealed, and instead of the usual six there will be eight chefs taking part in(...)

Grainne Mullins, formerly of Ox in Belfast and now part of the launch team for Lignum, opening in Bullaun, near Loughrea, Co Galway, at the end of next month, is one of 14 chefs to reach the Euro-Toques Young Chef 2019 semi-final.

French chef, restaurateur and TV presenter Michel Roux junior of London’s Le Gavroche restaurant, and Dutch-born, South African-based chef and campaig(...)

Jack Lenards (left), winner of the Euro-Toques young chef competition, with guest judge Liam Tomlin from South Africa.

The winner of the Euro-Toques Ireland Young Chef of the Year competition for 2018 is Jack Lenards, from Kilcoole, Co Wicklow. The 22-year-old was one (...)

Ireland's best young chefs 2018

The six chefs selected to go through to the final round of Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year 2018 are Attila Galambos (mentored by JP McMahon of Ania(...)

“Poultry and game birds take to smoke and coals so well, adding an extra layer of flavour.”

Tim Greenwood’s barbecue tips How to avoid that undercooked on the inside and burnt on the outside result: I recommend cooking with indirect heat. Th(...)

Team Fumbally: Aisling Rogerson (third left) and Luca D’Alfonso (third right) with their staff. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

It’s no accident that the giant letters that should spell out Fumbally, above the stoves in the Dublin 8 cafe of that name, are often rearranged to re(...)

Robert Collender, James Ellis and Luke Matthews of Mews, Baltimore, Co Cork

“Treat it like it’s yours, and one day it will be.” Luke Matthews, one of the trio who opened Mews restaurant in Baltimore, west Cork last year, says(...)

Tipperary Food Producers members and supporters ahead of the Great Taste Awatds 2016.

GOOD FOOD IRELAND BIRTHDAY TREATS Good Food Ireland is celebrating its 10th anniversary by launching a series of “food and drink experien(...)

Looking to build a career in food: Culinary arts lecturer JJ Healy of the department of tourism and hospitality in Cork Institute of Technology giving a demonstration to secondary-school students at the college’s open day

Who’d want to cook for a living? All over Ireland, a plethora of cookery schools – from the Dublin Cookery School to Ballymaloe Cookery School to B(...)

Chef John Wyer in the kitchen at Forest Avenue. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Restaurant owners spent the recession years trying to attract customers. Now they have an additional problem: a shortage of chefs has reached “crisis (...)

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