Donal Skehan

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Turmeric, winter roots, cabbage and lentil soup

The “holiday” mood has most definitely passed, and for many of us, the new year will have seen us fill our trolleys with vegetables, pulses and grains(...)

Jamie Oliver’s sticky lamb chops

The community of cooks at irishtimes.com are a vegetable, sweet potato and lentil-loving bunch, who share a fondness for Asian and Indian food. But mo(...)

Eunice Power’s choux snowmen, filled with cream

This week, it’s time to turn our thoughts to what desserts to make, to bring Christmas lunch or dinner to a suitably show-stopping conclusion. We’ll (...)

Angela’s Ashes, the animation

Is there a trick to cooking Christmas dinner in minutes rather than slaving over a chopping board and a hot oven for hours? Order it from a deli or su(...)

 Chef Gavin McDonagh’s roast turkey with herb butter, and stuffed boned legs. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Three weeks from today, we will be sitting down to one of the most hotly anticipated meals of the year. For most of us, that means there will be a bir(...)

Donal Skehan’s pasta with creamy mushroom sauce

If you’ve just run 26.2 miles, you can have whatever the hell you want, and most likely you’ll be craving a plateful of carbohydrates today. And they’(...)

Get your bake on: It’s National Bread Week

It’s National Bread Week, so naturally it’s bread week in the Great British Bake Off tent too, where they’ll be baking up a storm in the hope of impre(...)

Out to grass: Canadian lawn mower Theunis Wessels (above) proves a a tough interviewee for Ray D’Arcy.

There’s an early episode of The Simpsons in which the local radio station’s gormless jocks, Marty and Bill, are threatened with replacement by the DJ (...)

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 (...)

Donal Skehan’s turmeric sunshine coconut stew – nutritious and filling, for just €1.50 a portion

As the hours grind slowly by on the interminable wait for payday – no really, are we there yet? – the giddy days of Christmas excess (and our last pa(...)

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