Albert Adria

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Cooking duck, whether it’s pan frying a breast, confitting a leg, or roasting one whole, is not any more difficult than cooking chicken. Photgraph: iStock

I don’t think it would be unfair to say that Ireland produces some of the best ducks in the world. It’s a terrible tragedy that this isn’t known (...)

Rory O’Connell and his sister, Darina Allen.

If you have a famous sibling, chances are you’re in the shadows. Unless your surname is Kardashian where they all seem to strobe in the limelight, or (...)

Chefs Andy McFadden (left) and JP McMahon at the launch of Food on the Edge 2018 in Dublin on Monday. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

The theme of Food On The Edge, the international chefs’ symposium that returns to Galway on October 22nd-23rd, has been revealed as “Conversations”. L(...)

Spanish chefs Paco Mendes, Albert Adria,  Quique Dacosta and Eduard Xatruch with Food on the Edge director JP McMahon at the symposium launch in Barcelona  on Monday evening.

Food on the Edge 2018, the international chefs’ symposium which will take place in Galway in October, was launched at Albert Adrià’s Hoja Santa restau(...)

Alain Ducasse (right),  with sous chef Romain Meder at the Plaza Athénée, is one of 37 top chefs swapping their restaurant for a mystery one where they will cook dinner tomorrow evening. Photograph: Pierre Monette

Alain Ducasse won’t be cooking in the rarified crystal and silverware surroundings of his restaurant at the Plaza Athénée in Paris tomorrow. You could(...)

Albert Adría’s Bodega 1900  does great tapas

As co-owners of our own tapas restaurant in Dublin, Las Tapas de Lola, and with Anna from Barcelona (and Vanessa an avid lover of the city having l(...)

H e was once a vegetarian, but now he has a butcher’s diagram of a pig tattooed on his arm. He underperformed at school, but now he’s working on hi(...)