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To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

What D’Artagnan would have drunk

What D’Artagnan would have drunk

Château le Puy’s commitment to organic, non-intervention methods is bringing us the tastes of 400 years ago, with an expressive raw vivacity that is well worth splashing out on

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

You might presume, given the salubrious neighbourhood, that The Gables is very expensive. In fact, starters are from €5.50 to €8.95, and mains from €13.65 to €27.50, with daily specials also more than fairly priced

Cooking together for a community

Cooking together for a community

In the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire in London last year, a group of local women gathered to cook fresh food for their families and neighbours. This special response grew to become the Hubb Community Kitchen

To Try, Buy And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

Just how low can you go?

Just how low can you go?

The title of most southerly wine region in the world is fiercely contested, but New Zealand’s South Island appears to be the winner

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Pint Of View

Pint Of View

Hot deals and offbeat brunches  in a neighbourhood curryhouse

Hot deals and offbeat brunches in a neighbourhood curryhouse

At Daata the cooking is solid, the service is excellent, and the pricing is at a level to make it accessible to a wide cross-section of diners

The cream of the crop

The cream of the crop

The winners of the 18th FOOD&WINE Restaurant of the Year awards reveal a country teeming with culinary talent, established and upcoming. Here, The Sunday Business Post partners with FOOD&WINE to celebrate the names, faces and places that make Irish food shine

Fortify yourself for autumn

Fortify yourself for autumn

Between Brexit, new blends and continued popularity, port wines and sherry are enjoying an upsurge in sales

To Try, Buy And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

All the flavours of an Indian summer

All the flavours of an Indian summer

This week, cook up an Indian feast with these three tasty dishes from Sunil Ghai of Pickle restaurant on Camden Street in Dublin

More hits than misses in Bray’s little corner of Portugal

More hits than misses in Bray’s little corner of Portugal

Seven dishes to see out the summer

Seven dishes to see out the summer

Whether you’re diving headlong into autumn or trying to eke out the last of the summer, these recipes from chefs around the country should provide plenty of culinary inspiration