Ross Lewis

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Gastro Gays’ Cherry bakewell porridge

To celebrate National Porridge Week, three chefs offer their favourite breakfast recipes. Ross Lewis, of Michelin-starred restaurant Chapter One offer(...)

The Gandon Room Restaurant at Slane Castle, where the head chef is Catherine James Budriene

Slane Castle, in Co Meath, has taken on an additional role, with the official opening of Browne’s Bar and the Gandon Room Restaurant. The two new addi(...)

Danni Barry, winner of the Restaurants Association of Ireland  best chef in Ireland 2017 title

Danni Barry, the only female chef in Ireland to have a Michelin star, has been named Best Chef 2017 at the Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) awa(...)

We may not be back in a credit bubble but the economy seems – to borrow a phrase from Bertie Ahern  – to be getting boomier

Talk of the economic recovery being a “Phoenix miracle” has made it to Dundrum Town Centre, but even in the country’s biggest shopping centre the view(...)

Chefs JP McMahon and Ross Lewis will cook a 10-course dinner in Galway  next month. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

Chefs are often restless souls, seeking outlets for their creativity. Perhaps that’s what is behind the explosion in residencies, pop-ups, and guest c(...)

Paul Walsh

Health and wellbeing The health issue of the Irish Times Magazine seems a good time to introduce UK beauty expert Liz Earle’s first Wellbeing Yearboo(...)

Stradbally fields forever: an aerial view of the Electric Picnic. Photograph: Sky Tec Ireland

ELECTRIC ARENA FRIDAY 22.45-00.00 Super Furry Animals 21.00-11.15 Todd Terje 19.30-20.30 Broken Social Scene SATURDAY 00.15-01.15 Years & Y(...)

Guess who’s cooking dinner? Fifteen of Ireland’s top chefs are swapping kitchens  and tickets have just gone on sale

If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to dine on roast quail and chateaubriand in the rarified surroundings of Le Coq Hardi, former taoiseach Char(...)

Chef Gráinne O’Keefe, in Pichet restaurant, Trinity Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The working hours are punishing. The starting salaries can be miserable. The pressure-cooker atmosphere tests the hardiest of souls. Gráinne O’Keefe, (...)

Getting in the mood for the 2016 Slow Food Festival with a little trip out on the Atlantic (from left): Liam O’ Brien - manager The Doolin Ferry Co, Birgitta Hedin-Curtin - chairperson Slow Food Clare, John Curtin and Kieran O’ Halloran - Kieran’s Kitchen at The Roadside Tavern. Photograph: Yvonne Vaughan Photography.

Burren events The Burren is the place to be this month, when almost 100 Irish chefs get on their bikes and embark on a 300km, three-day charity cycle(...)

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