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Kate Allinson (left) and Kay Featherstone whose debut cookbook has broken records. Photograph: Mike English

Internalised misogyny: When an individual enacts sexist actions and attitudes towards themselves and people of their own sex. Until recently, I didn’(...)

Stroll: Whether you mosey around your local area or tackle a designated route, a walk is a wonderful way to make use of the long summer evening

Households around the country will be on World Cup lockdown at 7pm tonight, as England takes on Croatia in the semi-finals. However for those who don’(...)

Nowhere gets on this list of Ireland’s best family-friendly restaurants – part of our 100 best restaurants, cafes and places to eat in Ireland 2018 – (...)

Uni tofu by Takashi Miyazaki of ichigo ichi

Is Cork the new culinary capital of Ireland? The question arises as the city and county see a succession of recent and upcoming high profile new resta(...)

 Prawn and crab cocktail, by Richard Stearn, head chef at Suesey Street in Dublin 2,  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Smoked salmon, prawn cocktail, or pâté? The traditional choices for kicking off Christmas lunch or dinner are embedded in tradition, and for good reas(...)

Restaurant critic Jay Rayner ... his review  of Le Cinq in Paris has been viewed online  1.2 million times since being published on Sunday. Photograph:

A canape likened to “a condom that’s been left lying about in a dusty greengrocer’s”; a starter of gratinated onions that is “mostly black, like night(...)

Donal Skehan’s version of Martha Stewart’s one-pan pasta, the most read recipe of 2016 at

Quick, easy suppers and sweet treats were the most popular recipes that appeared on during 2016. The words “one-pan” and “cake” were w(...)

Saba chef Tao and owner Paul Cadden

Saba restaurant in Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, celebrates its 10th year in existence next month, and to mark the occasion they’re running a 10-day Th(...)

French lawyer, journalist and activist Maria Canabal is a keynote speaker at Athrú 2016, a conference on gender equality in culinary arts, which takes place in Galway on July 18th and 19th

If you’re a woman and you work in a professional kitchen or a restaurant, mark yourself absent on the roster for next Monday and Tuesday, July 18th-1(...)

Aisling Larkin and Louise Lennon of

PUT YOUR BARBECUE SKILLS TO THE TEST So you think you can grill, and you fancy yourself as a pitmaster, or mistress? You can put your barbecue skil(...)

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