Lynda Booth

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Laoise Dempsey attended Cooks Academy in Dublin 2. She now runs Doran Vinum, a pop-up wine bar in LaptopLab on George’s Street.

Anyone with a vague interest in food has probably discussed what cafe or restaurant they would like to run if they had the chance. But when it comes t(...)

Great British Bake Off: Nadiya Hussain’s cheese scones with chive butter caused a sensation when aired on the TV show that accompanied her book

First things first. There is no such thing as the top 10 cookbooks of 2017, because that choice will be different for every reader. Here, then, are ju(...)

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Here are the shortlisted entries for this year’s Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2017. TheJournal.ie Best Irish Published Book of the Year The(...)

Robert Collender, James Ellis and Luke Matthews of Mews, Baltimore, Co Cork

“Treat it like it’s yours, and one day it will be.” Luke Matthews, one of the trio who opened Mews restaurant in Baltimore, west Cork last year, says(...)

Looking to build a career in food: Culinary arts lecturer JJ Healy of the department of tourism and hospitality in Cork Institute of Technology giving a demonstration to secondary-school students at the college’s open day

Who’d want to cook for a living? All over Ireland, a plethora of cookery schools – from the Dublin Cookery School to Ballymaloe Cookery School to B(...)

Chef John Wyer in the kitchen at Forest Avenue. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Restaurant owners spent the recession years trying to attract customers. Now they have an additional problem: a shortage of chefs has reached “crisis (...)

 Scholarship winner Epi Rogan  with Lynda Booth  of Dublin Cookery School in Blackrock. Photograph: Conor Healy Photography

Epi Rogan, who is originally from Alaska and has been living in Ballincollig, Co Cork for the past 12 years, is the Dublin Cookery School scholar 2015(...)

Dublin Cookery School in Blackrock is offering a free place on its three-month certificate course, starting in September and worth €8,500 to a scholar(...)

Ross Lewis, owner of Chapter One restaurant, Dublin:  among the nominations in the chefs category for   Chapter One – An Irish Food Story

Thirteen Irish cookbooks have been shortlisted for this year’s Gourmand World Cook Book awards which will be announced during the Beijing Cookbook (...)

 Photograph: Cyril Byrne

It’s a first cookery book by a much less familiar name than Darina Allen or Donal Skehan, but it’s the new Irish cook book to buy for yourself, or to (...)