Neven Maguire

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A gender gap in educational attainment means boys get lower exam results than girls, are more likely to drop out, and are less likely to go to university than their female counterparts.

The language is alarming for parents and teachers of boys. We hear of “a crisis in masculinity” in schools and about how “failing boys” are not reachi(...)

FX Buckley: Erin Mac an tSaoir, manager John Collins, owner Paddy Buckley, Carlos Ruelafcalin, Fran Bennett, Ann Crawford and Frank McMahon of the Moore Street butcher, in Dublin. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

“The sex organs of the male lamb are popular,” says Paddy Buckley from behind his spartanly furnished wooden desk in an office two floors above the Mo(...)

Miss Ellen’s Sweet Shop and Sweet Truck

It can often be a road less travelled, the decision to bring your product to the people rather than the other way around. But for one Irish entreprene(...)

Bloom gardening festival: five-year-old Adrianna Fayiah, seven-year-old Eoghan Fox and four-year-old Florence Marlow Ward help launch this year’s event. Photograph: Alan Betson

Gardeners all over Ireland are frantically preparing for the biggest event in the horticultural calendar: the Bloom gardening festival, in the Phoenix(...)

Jeni Glasgow and Reuven Diaz, who run Eastern Seaboard restaurant and Brown Hound Bakery in Drogheda, say all cash tips are pooled asplit with 60 percent for floor staff and 40 per cent going to the kitchen staff. Photo: Barry Cronin

The Irish Times contacted the owners of a selection of restaurants across Ireland to ask what their tipping and service charge policies were. Paradis(...)

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(...)

Home Economics for Life, by Neven Maguire (Gill Books, €22.99).

It has been a good year for Irish cookbook publishing, with some exceptional titles arriving on shelves, and some UK-published gems written by authors(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Food Village exhibitors at Bloom will include  Sharon and Gordon Greene of Wild Irish Foragers and Preservers, from Birr, Co Offaly.

You don’t have to have green fingers to enjoy a visit to Bloom, Bord Bia’s garden festival in the Phoenix Park (May 31st-June 4th). There are 25 cooke(...)

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