A diverse diet in the Burren results in some of Ireland’s sweetest beef

Can you taste a place? It’s a question some of the world’s best chefs play with these days. In the first All You Can Eat Irish Times food podcast, Cat(...)

__________ Family hotels __________ 1 Woodlands House Hotel, Co Limerick  The Fitzgerald family have been welcoming guests to the(...)

Luna community manager Leo Molloy said they were ‘over the moon’ at the win which they attributed to hard work

Dublin restaurant Luna, which has been open for less than a year, has been recognised as the best eatery in Ireland. The Drury Street business opene(...)

“Convert your kids to dark chocolate. Anything higher than 70 per cent cocoa solids contains more nutrients, less fat and less sugar than milk chocolate.” File photograph: Getty Images

You don’t have to spend a fortune in a health food shop for better children’s snacks. Most supermarkets have plenty of options for dealing with what(...)

Getting in the mood for the 2016 Slow Food Festival with a little trip out on the Atlantic (from left): Liam O’ Brien - manager The Doolin Ferry Co, Birgitta Hedin-Curtin - chairperson Slow Food Clare, John Curtin and Kieran O’ Halloran - Kieran’s Kitchen at The Roadside Tavern. Photograph: Yvonne Vaughan Photography.

Burren events The Burren is the place to be this month, when almost 100 Irish chefs get on their bikes and embark on a 300km, three-day charity cycle(...)

L - R Domini Kemp, Catherine Cleary and Jane Russell

“We didn’t used to be frightened of our food, but now people are terrified of food. It’s a total preoccupation,” chef Darina Allen from Ballymaloe (...)

It's Food Month in The Irish Times, and every Friday through November we'll be hosting an online Food Forum to help you with your food, drink and c(...)

You’re going to see food explored from every angle; from how it’s produced, to how we buy it, sell it and consume it. Health issues, and how i(...)

The doors and basements of Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Downstairs Dublin on Culture Night
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  • September 12, 2015, 11:45

Next Friday night is Culture Night, and here at the Magazine we are doing our bit to bring the capital alive, with some help from our friends in Th(...)

Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh with his son Micheál and grandson Aengus. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

In conversation with Catherine Cleary:  I would say picnics came to the GAA with the coming of motor cars. On the day of a big match there(...)

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