Sharon Greene

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Sharon Greene, one of the organisers, wrote to supporters on Thursday to reveal that the market will be discontinued.

The popular Dublin Flea Christmas Market is to cease operations after losing its booking with the Point Square Shopping Centre . The market was exte(...)

 Dublin Flea Market at Newmarket Square in 2015. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There could not have been a less auspicious time to start an ambitious enterprise in Ireland than November 2008. The Government had just guaranteed t(...)

My Dad’s Blind: Anna Sheils-McNamee’s play was named best production at Dublin Fringe Festival

The marathon Dublin Fringe Festival – 80 productions and 554 performances over 16 days – ended on Sunday night with the announcement of this year’s fr(...)

Archaeologists work with Dr Clíodhna Ní Lionáin at the passage tomb site at Dowth Hall, Co Meath. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Polynesia’s Easter Island, Wiltshire’s Stonehenge and southern Peru’s Nazca desert lines crop up regularly in the “top 10” world’s greatest “archaeolo(...)

The 2016 Irish Food Writers' Guild Food Award winners are, from left: Ralph Haslam – Mossfield Organic Farm (Offaly); Julie and Rod Calder-Potts – Highbank Organic Orchards (Kilkenny); Cuilan Loughnane – White Gypsy Brewery (Tipperary); Sharon Greene – Wild Irish Foragers (Offaly); Kirsti O’Kelly – Silver Darlings (Limerick); and standing front: Joe Fitzmaurice – Riot Rye Bakehouse and Bread School (Tipperary). Photograph: Paul Sherwood

You’ve got pickled herring, Irish stout, organic milk, nettle syrup and sourdough – and you have to turn them into a four-course awards lunch for memb(...)

Sharon Greene’s wild shrubs are made with foraged wild berries, flowers, herbs and crab-apples picked on her family farm

Pickling, fermenting, brewing, sour dough baking – they’re the culinary techniques that define current trends. But wild shrubs . . . that’s a new one (...)

The recent event ahead of Offset in the Twisted Pepper, Dublin

It is a Thursday in Dublin’s Twisted Pepper and eligible creatives are being set up on dates with people who have their own creative ideas. The(...)

Irish sheepskin to keep you warm

The Icelandicisation of Ireland continues apace, as we proudly re-engage with aspects of our past that we had discarded as shameful. The latest(...)

Chef  Adam Richman, who presents the ‘Man vs Food’ TV show, is on the line-up of speakers at Food Summit, part of the Web Summit which takes place in Dublin on November 4th-6th. Photograph: Getty Images

Adam Richman, presenter of Man vs Food will be sharing the inside track on how he survives the epic feeding sessions he endures for his tv show. C(...)