Food Month

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This is an edited selection of responses to a sustainability survey that The Irish Times asked a selection of food businesses to take part i(...)

FoodSpace: executive head chef Conor Spacey

Vegetable trimmings are being turned into pickles and ferments, coffee grinds are used as soil fertiliser, waste milk is made into ricotta cheese and (...)

The best food is peasant food. The Italians know it. The French know it and the Spanish know it. And when it comes to peasant food in Spain, it doesn’(...)

Grafting workshops can see people create 80 new apple trees for €80

“There’s something about orchards,” Seoidín O’Sullivan told a room full of people in Dublin’s Richmond Barracks last week. “They produce food and all (...)

I was a commercial fisherman for 20 years. I left school on the Friday and went to sea on the Saturday, so it was a real induction into hard work. In (...)

The Ivy Restaurant on Dawson Street in Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A row about how tips are handled has developed at the high profile Ivy restaurant in Dublin, following management accusing some waiting staff of “depl(...)

Josh van der Flier stays hydrated during Ireland’s exhausting victory over the All Blacks at Aviva Stadium last Saturday. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Like most people there I was, early Sunday morning Melbourne time, trying to keep up with the Irish rugby team, impossible to find the time to even ma(...)

The spoils of a cooking class in Tehran

The week before Christmas, I find myself on the first floor of St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, sweating under the weight of my heavy winter coat a(...)

Irish farming is in a climate spotlight as never before. In the three years since the lifting of the EU milk quota the dairy herd has grown by 400,000 animals. Photograph:   David Sleator

There’s been a bake-off in the UCD agriculture building and the remains are spread on a staffroom table. The biggest specimen among the agri-themed ca(...)

Sausage and bean casserole

At this time of year, we need something tasty, filling and cost-effective for dinner. It’s time to break out the beans. Beans and sausages go together(...)

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