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To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Bordeaux at a price that’s right

Bordeaux at a price that’s right

Bordeaux became the bitcoin of the 1980s, with prices leaping out of the reach of ordinary wine lovers, but sellers are finally taking steps to make the produce more accessible again

Elegance and decadence at the Ledbury

Elegance and decadence at the Ledbury

Ledbury owner Brett Graham has a refreshing, ego-free outlook that has permeated out to his staff

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Where to eat well this week

Pint of view

Pint of view

Land of milk and honey: Clodagh McKenna

Land of milk and honey: Clodagh McKenna

Chef Clodagh McKenna has a new mission: to convince Irish people to celebrate our dairy produce and consume it as health food. Here, she talks to Jessie Collins about food for life, her mentor Myrtle Allen and working to a schedule

To Try, Buy  And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

One of Provence’s true glories

One of Provence’s true glories

Owned by the family of Irish developer Paddy McKillen sr, Château La Coste is at the heart of a celebrated provençal art, architecture and wine renaissance

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Pint Of View

Pint Of View

A little of what you like

A little of what you like

This week, home cooking heroine Rachel Khoo is back with a new book, The Little Swedish Kitchen. Here, she shares three of more than 100 recipes that fill the book, each designed to reflect the ‘not too little, not too much’ ethos the Swedish like to call Lagom. These recipes are selected to suit summer and early autumn days

Fun, with fab food and not a hint of self-importance, welcome, The Ivy

Fun, with fab food and not a hint of self-importance, welcome, The Ivy

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Meet the other Deschamps

Meet the other Deschamps

He may not have won the World Cup, but Hervé Deschamps can at least boast of being the driving force behind Champagne Perrier-Jouet for the last 25 years

Dining at the Cliff: Good for the soul, and the stomach too

Dining at the Cliff: Good for the soul, and the stomach too

Bright, high-ceilinged and really comfortable, The Cliff Townhouse is one of the nicest places to eat in Dublin, with a mix of banquettes, regular tables, a great circular booth at the back, and stools alongside the marble-topped oyster bar