Matt Orlando

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One of our farmers plays Lyric FM to his vegetables to help them grow. Photograph: iStock

We often overlook the role of music in food, or rather how music influences how we feel when we cook and eat. What music do you listen to when you coo(...)

Chefs Andy McFadden (left) and JP McMahon at the launch of Food on the Edge 2018 in Dublin on Monday. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

The theme of Food On The Edge, the international chefs’ symposium that returns to Galway on October 22nd-23rd, has been revealed as “Conversations”. L(...)

For many of us in Ireland, frozen peas are all we’ve ever seen – this is our tragedy.

To say the summer has arrived is probably an understatement. In the last few weeks, we’ve seen record high temperatures. For me, it feels like we skip(...)

The Legal Eagle: hosting a brewer’s lunch in conjunction with Tallaght’s Priory Brewing on Sunday, June 24th

Peroni pop-up Chefs Gráinne O’Keefe and Hugh Higgins will be giving contemporary Italian food an Irish twist when the House of Peroni pops up in a ne(...)

Spanish chefs Paco Mendes, Albert Adria,  Quique Dacosta and Eduard Xatruch with Food on the Edge director JP McMahon at the symposium launch in Barcelona  on Monday evening.

Food on the Edge 2018, the international chefs’ symposium which will take place in Galway in October, was launched at Albert Adrià’s Hoja Santa restau(...)

Magnus Nilsson of Faviken in Sweden headlines the third annual Food On The Edge symposium, which was launched internationally in London today

Dan Mulhall, the Irish Ambassador to the UK, was among the speakers at the international launch of Food On The Edge, the annual food symposium and gat(...)

Mussels on a beach in west Ireland: “We have some of the world’s best produce.” Photograph: iStock

Two weeks ago, as part of Food on the Edge, I took many of the best chefs in the world out to Connemara, in order to show the wonderful produce and la(...)