Eoin Cluskey

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Is this the future for coffee consumers?

In 1980s Ireland, anyone who asked for a takeaway coffee was looked at like they had two heads. While single-use, plastic-based cups that could be use(...)

Tiller + Grain, 23 Frederick Street South, Dublin 2. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

We’ve marked this year’s newcomers and used a € to flag everywhere that serves a main course for less than €15 Tiller + Grain € NEW 23 Sout(...)

Head baker and owner, Eoin Cluskey (right), and Chris McCann, head chef, bring Bread 41 to The Irish Times

The smell of freshly baked bread drifted through the newspaper’s offices on Thursday as Food Month at The Irish Times kicked off in-house, with a sour(...)

Eoin Cluskey of Bread 41 on Pearse Street in Dublin 2, which opens on Friday. Photographs: Marie-Claire Digby

An organic bakery with a flour mill on site and a 44-seat café, opens on Friday on Pearse Street in Dublin 2. Bread 41 is a €250,000 start-up headed b(...)

Eoin Cluskey of Bread Nation, Pearse Street, Dublin, in his new bakery. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

If the owners of a new bakery set to launch on Dublin’s Pearse Street were ever fearful that their concept might not take off, the recent experience s(...)

Mary McEvoy (left) giving tips to Lyn Moloney and Claire Walsh at Slice of Heaven in Kilkenny city. Photograph: Pat Moore

Kilkenny’s learning curve Kilkenny city and county could become the country’s seat of learning for culinary arts, with the addition of yet anothe(...)