Food Month

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This winter turn to those superfoods that armour-plate our system: ginger, turmeric, bone broth, cider vinegar, garlic, seaweeds

The first time I met the fermentation guru Sandor Katz, I thought: “Wow, this guy is the healthiest looking dude I have ever seen!” Which was kind of(...)

A normal latte with just, like, espresso and milk and nothing daft added for novelty effect

Mushroom latte. That’s where civilisation is at in 2017. Where previous generations were blessed with space flight, antibiotics or a deeper understand(...)

Babette’s Feast: “I spend considerably more time reading about food than I do cooking it,” admits Paula McGrath

Henrietta McKervey I’ve just realised: my characters don’t eat. They drink (lots). They smell food, they very occasionally mention it, but they never (...)

‘I was desperate to be seen as progressive in front of my cousins. They’d been to Kuwait and had eaten hummous’

Throughout Food Month people will share with us their most treasured food memory. You can share yours at magazine@irishtimes.com I have a v(...)

Jon Smith with his father: my mother, sister and I resolved to make those final weeks special, to show him how grateful we were for everything he had done for us down the years

I was sitting closest to the monitor when the consultant showed us the scan. One glance at the shadowy mass on the left side of my dad’s brain and I k(...)

Wexford farmer Liam Byrne and his water buffalo. Photograph: Ramona Farrelly

Irish water buffalo Wexford farmer Liam Byrne swapped cattle for water buffalo a couple of years ago, and now has the first meat from his own herd fo(...)

This place was so quiet before I arrived my friend felt almost awkward about swallowing. Her gulp sounded too loud in the hush. They haven’t turned on(...)

Beth Healy at Wild Lights, running in Dublin Zoo until January.

November is Food Month in The Irish Times. You will find food-related content in all of our sections, plus reader events, competitions and l(...)

Usually employed to dramatise states of harmony or disharmony, teatime is used to great effect in such works as Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

November is Food Month in The Irish Times. You will find food-related content in all of our sections, plus reader events, competitions and lo(...)

Gary O’Hanlon: ‘It was easily one of the best days of my life spent with a great buddy.’

Throughout Food Month people will share with us their most treasured food memory. You can share yours at magazine@irishtimes.com It wa(...)

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