Chan Kwanghi

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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(...)

Kwanghi Chan and Kevin Hui. Photograph: Kate Packwood

Growing up in America in the 1980s, I longed to be Molly Ringwald. At 41, I am at home with being Chinese. My mother, who was born in Taiwan but grew (...)

Theatre of Food at Electric Picnic. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

Theatre of Food celebrates its 10th anniversary at Electric Picnic with an expanded programme of events and the addition of two new stages, a Drinks T(...)

Score (some serious brownie points) with these delicious recipes for munching in front of the match

Sports fans can rejoice – and take a break from the sunshine – as it’s set to be a jammed packed weekend of events on TV. The World Cup continues toda(...)

Sinéad Ní Gháirbhith serves a customer in The Cheese Press in Ennistymon, Co Clare

“I won’t sell anything I don’t find delicious, ” says Sinéad Ní Gháirbhith, whohas just opened The Cheese Press in Ennistymon, Co Clare. “I could happ(...)

The Guinness Storehouse is putting a secret (liquid) ingredient into its burgers this St Patrick’s weekend

Parades aren’t the only activities to drag us out of the house this weekend – there are plenty of ways to enjoy the St Patrick’s festivities through g(...)

Tasty sharing meals and beers to see you through to the final whistle. Photograph: Istock

A bumper weekend of sport lies ahead, with three RBS 6 Nations fixtures – Scotland v Ireland tomorrow at 2.30pm; England v France at 5pm and Italy v (...)

Mei Chin and Kwanghi Chan are doing a hands-on masterclass in Chinese cooking at Cooks Academy in Dublin  as part of the 10th Dublin Chinese New Year Festival. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

‘He speaks Cantonese and I speak Mandarin, so we can’t always understand each other,” Chinese- American food writer and author Mei Chin, who has been(...)

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