Lilly Higgins’s tuna fishcakes

I love a good store cupboard dinner. At the end of a busy week, when it seems like there is an echo coming from the fridge, I always check the back of(...)

‘This year the theme is Irish seaweed’,  Birgitta Hedin-Curtin, chairwoman of the Burren Slow Food Festival.

Two great reasons to head west next month: the Connemara Mussel Festival in Renvyle, Co Galway (May 3rd-5th), and the Burren Slow Food Festival in Lis(...)

Sixth class students at Scoil Íde in Galway with Ronan and Eugene Greaney, owners of The Dough Bros.

Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer are often referred to as “the Honeys” in reference to Honey & Co, Honey & Spice and Honey & Smoke, the t(...)

 Fringe Festival at the Big Shed at last year’s Ballymaloe Litfest. Photograph:  Joleen Cronin

Ballymaloe Litfest continues its ascent If you haven’t yet been to Litfest at Ballymaloe, you’ve been missing out on one of the most important gl(...)