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Keeping it simple and sublime in Pearse Street

Keeping it simple and sublime in Pearse Street

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Terroir’s lessons for Irish agriculture

Terroir’s lessons for Irish agriculture

Dairy farmers in this country could learn a thing or two from the terroir system used to make some of France’s best wines

The fruits of their labours

The fruits of their labours

Three chefs serve up a selection of delectable fruit-based desserts

Top-class Chinese fare with cocktails, staff and music to Hang your hat on

Top-class Chinese fare with cocktails, staff and music to Hang your hat on

At the end of my first review of Hang Dai, I predicted that it wouldn’t be a flash in the pan, and so it has proved – if anything, it’s gotten even better

Succulent sweetness for summer

Succulent sweetness for summer

If your sweet treat always has to feature chocolate, these are the recipes for you

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

White lies and beautiful deception

White lies and beautiful deception

Seeing the Saint-Émilion label on a bottle of wine can fool many into thinking it’s the real thing, so keep a close eye out for the good stuff

Sorbets, strawberries and semi-freddo, oh my!

Sorbets, strawberries and semi-freddo, oh my!

Need some sweet summer inspiration, but don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen? Chef Shane Smith has the solution, with four easy-to-make, lovely-to-look-at recipes

The future of fast food?

The future of fast food?

Quick, healthy and fun, Leon is a fast food restaurant with a few differences, including offering vegan options, and it’s coming to Ireland

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Moving on up: Aldi’s wine evolution

Moving on up: Aldi’s wine evolution

A third supermarket has emerged in the competition for best offering of fine wines

Indonesian flavours to fire up the tastebuds

Indonesian flavours to fire up the tastebuds

This week, Eleanor Ford presents two dishes from her new book Fire Islands: Recipes from Indonesia (£25, Murdoch Books).

You don’t need to be a celeb to enjoy food with star power

You don’t need to be a celeb to enjoy food with star power

Sisters Louise and Paula Huggard are the fourth generation of the family to run the Butler Arms hotel in Waterville, and they’ve just completed a revamp of its main restaurant Charlie’s