Chan Kwanghi

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Cancelled bookings: ‘We have lost at least 800 covers,” says Joe Donnelly of Rascals

“This is the end of the line. I am fighting for my business now, because if I don’t it’s gone, and what do I do then?” Nichola Dowling, who owns (...)

Kwanghi Chan. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Every chef has a nifty kitchen hack, be it a special seasoning or a piece of kit that makes a job so much easier. Here is the inside track from some o(...)

Stir fried black pepper Irish Andarl Farm pork fillet

Stir-frying is a quick way to prepare a delicious meal. Pork is generally widely used in Asian cooking, especially in Hong Kong, where I was born. I a(...)

Delicious: Home-made corn tortillas with black beans and peppers

During lockdowns, many people learned to make food that they regularly would have bought ready made. From basic cupcakes or banana bread to mastering (...)

The Featherblade cheese burger with smoked bacon, black garlic mayo and pickled onions.

For a brief time, some of the most Instagrammed burgers of the pandemic were available over a wide radius, but as couriers became busier, delivery of (...)

The new portable gas barbecue from Weber

With staycations looking like being the norm for this summer, this ingenious new launch from Weber barbecues could be a very useful bit of kit. The po(...)

 Pork and chive potsticker dumplings. Photographs: Dara Mac Dónaill

Lockdown longings can do funny things to a person, and while takeaways are available, not everyone has access to the food they crave. In addition, the(...)

Marinate the salmon for at least 10 minutes, but ideally 30

Kwanghi Chan is a chef and owner of Bowls restaurants in Dublin 1 and Glasthule, Co Dublin This is my easy-to-make honey and soy oven-baked salmon re(...)

My grandad was a master at this dish; at weddings, you use lobster rather than fish

This dish is a family favourite of ours, as my grandad was a master at it. It’s normally cooked on special nights. Every cook has a signature dish tha(...)

Kwanghi Chan, chef and restaurant owner, teaching Marie-Claire Digby how to make Pot Sticker dumplings. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Making a neatly pleated Chinese dumpling is a bit like learning to do origami with one hand tied behind your back. It’s not easy. Millions, if not tr(...)

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