Jamie Oliver

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It seems the Normans brought lentils to Ireland but they could have arrived earlier with the Vikings or early Christian settlers. Photograph: iStock

I sit over my steaming bowl of lentils, waiting for them to cool down. They look like little green pebbles, plumped up with the chicken stock that the(...)

  John Stapleton: “They still kind of think, ‘well I still don’t know what form of Brexit it’s going to be, so I’ll just wait and see until it happens and then I’ll get ready’.”  Photograph: Alan Betson

“Almost to a man or a woman, nobody’s preparing properly in the UK for Brexit. ” It’s a stark commentary. But businessman John Stapleton is a straigh(...)

Christmas turkey, carved at the table. Photograph: iStock

“Think of it like a big chicken.” Those words of wisdom, attributed to chef and restaurateur Neven Maguire, have calmed the nerves of many a Christmas(...)

‘Pork burgers can be very versatiles.’

We’ve been inundated with apples over the past few months. The glorious summer ensured a bumper crop and there’s nothing nicer than a just-picked appl(...)

The decline in the number of rural pubs was the pretext for a call by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland for a cut in excise in Budget 2019. Photograph: Brian Lynch

The large companies – mostly multinationals – that manufacture the beers and spirits we guzzle know their five-year campaign for a cut in drink taxes (...)

 Jamie Oliver: There is no absolute law of food. It knows no boundaries. We cannot stop food travelling.

At what point does culinary appreciation become culinary appropriation? Where do we draw the line? Is it fair to borrow another’ food culture for one’(...)

Jamie Cooks Italy: the chef’s latest series has just started on Channel 4

Jamie Oliver prompted a Twitter storm over the weekend with his new Punchy Jerk Rice, a sachet of microwaveable rice whose take on Caribbean flavourin(...)

The Big Grill  festival gets underway today in Herbert Park, Dublin 4, and runs until Sunday

Smoke is rising over Herbert Park in Dublin 4 as The Big Grill, billed as Europe’s largest barbecue festival, gets underway. Gates opened at noon on T(...)

Invariably, the food is ruined and at least one person has a terrible night.

All those cook-a-banquet-for-10-people-in-10-minutes TV shows have essentially the same story arc. TVChef stands in a kitchen the size of a tennis cou(...)

The Ivy Restaurant, Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Rarely has there been a more hotly anticipated new restaurant opening in Dublin than the Ivy Dawson Street, to give the 243-seater on the ground floor(...)

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