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(...)

James Kavanagh and William Murray of The Currabinny Cookbook, pictured in Cork. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

If you are of a certain age, most likely late teens or early 20s, you will probably be familiar with James Kavanagh. You might have partied vicariousl(...)

The Guinness Storehouse is putting a secret (liquid) ingredient into its burgers this St Patrick’s weekend

Parades aren’t the only activities to drag us out of the house this weekend – there are plenty of ways to enjoy the St Patrick’s festivities through g(...)

Taste of Success finalists waiting to hear who has won the €100,000 prize. Mentor Domini Kemp with her contestants William Murray and James Kavanagh and winning contestant Michele Kilkenny with mentor JP McMahon.

Paddy Pie, a beef, Irish stout and mustard mash take on a traditional cottage pie, has won the €100,000 Taste of Success challenge for Michele Kilkenn(...)

Éabha Campbell,  has become Aldi’s youngest supplier with Éabha’s Muffins. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

A centenary-themed muffin made with spiced fruit has earned 16-year-old baker Éabha Campbell from Co Monaghan the title of youngest supplier to the 12(...)

Gather, the new cookery book from Gill Mellor, is prominently displayed on stand, but the couple have not fully adopted the River Cottage chef’s wild food ethos. “We forage in Fallon & Byrne, you can find it all in there.”

A giant monkey puzzle tree – so fine a specimen that Japanese tourists have been known to pile off their tour bus to admire it – growing right outsid(...)

James Kavanagh  and William Murray’s Curabinny will be at  the Spirit of Dublin summer craft fair in the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin 8.

ALL THE FOOD OF THE FAIR The Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin 8 hosts a Spirit of Dublin summer craft fair on Saturday (Aug 27th) from 10.30am-5p(...)