Gary Rhodes

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Fig and goat’s cheese galette. Photograph: Harry Weir

Fruit has been commonplace in savoury cooking since medieval times. I had a happy time filming in country houses for three series of Lords and Ladles (...)

The late TV chef Gary Rhodes at the opening of Rhodes D7, in Dublin, in 2006. Photograph: Arthur Carron/Collins

Gary Rhodes died from bleeding between the skull and the brain, according to a statement from his family. It confirmed Rhodes, who died aged(...)

Gary Rhodes outside Rhodes D7 in Capel Street, Dublin, days prior to the official opening in 2006. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Gary Rhodes, who has died at the age of 59, was one of the original British TV chefs, known for his spiky hairstyle, cheeky-chappie delivery and love (...)

Gary Rhodes: the late television chef and restaurateur in 2012. Photograph: Pradeep Gaur/Mint via Getty

The television chef Gary Rhodes has died, his family have announced. The restaurateur, who opened RhodesD7 in Dublin in 2006, was 59. In a statement, (...)

Fiid founder Shane Ryan: Ryan says convenience is his major goal and has centred his food products on this

When it comes to food innovation it’s all about finding a niche and putting a new twist on it. Shane Ryan, Katerina Kazantza, Artjom Blackred and Sju(...)

 Jenny Holland and Brian Donnelly   in their ramen shop in Belfast. Photograph:   Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

It’s probably fair to say that the middle-aged woman and her mother who have wandered into Bia Rebel, a ramen shop in Belfast, may have been lured in (...)

James Boland and Garrett Fitzgerald  at the Brother Hubbard cafe on Capel Street. Photograph: Leo Byrne

“It’s beside us, it became available and it was very hard to ignore.” Garrett Fitzgerald is talking about the expansion of his Capel Street cafes Brot(...)

The Baufritz HQ in Erkheim, Germany

Baufritz may not be a brand that most Irish people are aware of just yet, but a property developer in north Co Dublin is hoping a new collaboration wi(...)

The spikey hair may be gone,  but the cheeky grin  is still there  . . . TV chef Gary Rhodes has devised a recipe for a Dublin takeaway

Gary Rhodes – remember him, the spikey-haired UK TV chef who once had his name over the door of a restaurant on Capel Street – is the latest guest rec(...)