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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

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

The Rhône’s north-south divide

The Rhône’s north-south divide

Slate roofs and orange tiles dominate the vista of the Rhône Valley, France’s gateway to the Mediterranean – and there’s a reason for that

All to Play for at Dublin’s latest chicken run

All to Play for at Dublin’s latest chicken run

Andy Noonan has put a lot of time and effort into Fowl Play, importing a smoker from Houston in Texas, putting in a custom-built charcoal rotisserie, and cooking with fire rather than gas or electricity

Bite size

Bite size

Pint Of View

Pint Of View

How Torres mastered reinvention

How Torres mastered reinvention

Taking an academic approach to mass wine production has put Miguel Torres firmly on course to join the fine wine category

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

There’s smoke at Edo – but the flavours lack fire

There’s smoke at Edo – but the flavours lack fire

It’s baffling to talk so much about your wonderful charcoal oven – which you presumably have paid a pretty penny for - then pay so little attention to the pricey steak you cook on it

To Try, Buy And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

The baron and the beauty of diversity

The baron and the beauty of diversity

When Patrick, Baron de Ladoucette, expanded his French wine empire into Ireland, it was a business decision that had a great friendship at its heart

Pop goes the flavour

Pop goes the flavour

This week, try your hand at these colourful recipes from three of the food producers taking part in Design Pop, Ireland’s first food and design festival, which takes place across Cork city from May 17 to 19. You can see the full line-up at designpop.ie.

Eggstra Sweet

Eggstra Sweet

Stock up on your seasonal sweet treats with Gillian Nelis’s picks of the best chocolates for Easter