Food Month

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Chef Grainne Mullins at OX Belfast. Photograph: Elaine Hill Photography

Gráinne Mullins is back in Ireland after two years in Provence, where she worked as a pastry chef in Michelin-starred Dan B. She is now working i(...)

For me, an easy, mid-week supper is light and simple to pull together, but without comprising on taste. I like to whip up a batch of porridge bread on(...)

Adrian Cummins of the Restaurant Association of Ireland said in a radio interview that restaurants could take deposits at the time of booking and levy a charge on customers who did not turn up.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The State’s competition watchdog has opened a formal investigation into the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) over an industry campaign to enco(...)

Nisea Doddy, chief sommelier at the Shelbourne hotel, welcoming the Irish Times group to a demonstration of sabrage

On a bright sunny morning in mid-November a group of food lovers gathered outside Chapter One, the Michelin starred-restaurant on Parnell Square, for (...)

This is a super quick dish, which takes about 10 minutes to prepare. It is a great way to use up odds and ends from your fridge towards the end of the(...)

Jane Lunnon at Shoe Lane: ‘Some artisan coffee shops are intimidating – we’ve never wanted that. From day one we’ve been artisans who serve any kind of coffee.’ Photograph: Tom Honan

Shoe Lane Coffee is a community oasis, a place to meet and, above all, enjoy good coffee served with pleasure. The wood-soaked, hand-made decor, conv(...)

Anne Walsh with her daughter Aisling, who is anaphylactic to peanuts.

In July 2016, 15-year-old Natasha Ednan-Laperouse boarded a flight at London Heathrow airport after eating a sandwich she had just bought in Pret a Ma(...)

When I find something that my three kids will eat, I make it – and only it – every day. This is a mistake, as they quickly grow to despise it. Here’s (...)

Ham Sandwich by Geraldine O’Neill,  Courtesy Kevin Kavanagh Gallery

Eve ate an apple, discovered the truth of everything, and got kicked out of Eden for her pains. It was a pomegranate that kept Persephone in the under(...)

The sight of an Irish tricolour on the front of any food packaging sets my label antennae tingling. Is this product really Irish? November (...)

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