Aoife Mcelwain

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One of Kinvara’s “Traught mermaids”  in Vitamin Sea

One of the first swimmers we meet in this drifting documentary on the benefits of brine, recalls her first fledgling efforts in a river in Co Clare. “(...)

Chilli and lemongrass turkey curry with jasmine rice

Christmas leftovers tend to polarise opinion. There are those who look at the ravaged carcass of a turkey and a lump of ham and see endless possibilit(...)

In our final Food Month podcast, Lilly Higgins chats with her fellow Irish Times food writer Aoife McElwain. Listening to their conversation is like e(...)

What do biodynamic wines have in common with punk music? You might be surprised to hear where the wine chat wanders when John Wilson and Lilly Higgi(...)

No alcohol doesn’t have to mean no fun: seasonal alcohol-free cocktails will be mixed at MVP’s Sober Sunday.

A variety of interesting drinks to sip, a movie to watch, and songs to sing along to ... Sober Sundays at the MVP pub on Clanbrassil Street in Dublin (...)

Nowhere gets on this list of Ireland’s best cafes – part of our 100 best restaurants, cafes and places to eat in Ireland 2018 – through anything other(...)

Fever Ray: headlining the Body and Soul stage on Friday at the festival

Body & Soul Stage Friday, June 22nd 00:30-01:45 Olof Dreijer DJ Set 23:00-00:15 Fever Ray 21:10-22:10 Fatima Al Qadiri 19:40- 20:40 FAK(...)

Snow on the way and shops shut? Don’t planic, make the most of the contents of your fridge and food cupboard

The shops have been stripped of every slice of bread, milk is in short supply, and eggs haven’t been this much in demand since a nation was instructed(...)

Architect Dermot Bannon  at home in Drumcondra,  Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dermot Bannon, architect and TV presenter “We need an extra bedroom and I am determined to get one by the end of the year. I don’t know how it will b(...)

‘Niall had this gorgeous glass of wine, and I took a sniff of it. The sensation I got was as if I was standing on the edge of a cliff and I was going to fall over'

The Time of My Life is a weekly column about a moment that changed someone’s life – for the better or the worse. When I turned 30, I started to get r(...)

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