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To try, buy  and put by

To try, buy and put by

Tomás Clancy on wine: Bordeaux’s Kildare connection

Tomás Clancy on wine: Bordeaux’s Kildare connection

The tale of AC Saint-Julien is the most illustrious strand of the Irish wine story in France

Plate-licking good at Leeson Street’s stylish new arrival

Plate-licking good at Leeson Street’s stylish new arrival

Tasty grazing in Dublin 2 as Gillian Nelis reviews Le Perroquet

Four tastes of Italy, via Kilkenny

Four tastes of Italy, via Kilkenny

This week, cook up an Italian feast with four recipes from Antonio Cavaliere from Rinuccini restaurant in Kilkenny (rinuccini.com), which celebrates 30 years in business this year

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Languedoc is dead, long live Occitanie

Languedoc is dead, long live Occitanie

The Vin de Pays d’Oc project was a huge success in the Languedoc region, but it has been abolished to make way for the new administrative region of Occitanie. It’s time for wine lovers to study up

Bite size

Bite size

Pint of view

Pint of view

Far from cheap, but this Wicklow wonder is still bargain of the year

Far from cheap, but this Wicklow wonder is still bargain of the year

Open since 2005 and owned by restaurateur Asheesh Dewan of the Jaipur Group, Chakra has survived the economic ups and downs of those 14 years by serving up consistently good food

Chef's table: Matthews’ home comforts

Chef's table: Matthews’ home comforts

This week, featuring recipes, music, poems and cocktails from every corner of the globe, Cerys Matthews’ new cookbook is delightfully rock ‘n’ roll. Here, the Catatonia frontwoman shares three recipes - from Scotland, Ireland and Jamaica - for you to try at home

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

The brief rise and long fall of Puglia

The brief rise and long fall of Puglia

Marketing missteps saw Puglia in southern Italy lose its cachet, but its best wines are still well worth quaffing

Warm hospitality gives a sublime taste of the true West

Warm hospitality gives a sublime taste of the true West

West at The Twelve's Connemara scallops with leeks, smoked black pudding, a potato and dried seaweed terrine, and a scallop roe cream was one of the best dishes I’ve eaten so far this year

Find yourself in the soup on South William Street

Find yourself in the soup on South William Street

The Ramen Bar’s version of Tonkotsu - probably Japan’s most famous variety of ramen - was priced at €11.50 at lunchtime and was a deep bowl of deliciousness

Tomás Clancy's three to try

Tomás Clancy's three to try