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Better by the dozen: Fabulous dishes from the Twelve Hotel

Better by the dozen: Fabulous dishes from the Twelve Hotel

Martin O’Donnell, head chef at the Twelve Hotel, Barna, Galway, shares four recipes as the hotel celebrates its 12th birthday this year

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Waterloo and wine fit for an emperor

Waterloo and wine fit for an emperor

Today, Napoleon may be associated with brandy, but his life-long affection for Champagne and Burgundy should not be forgotten

Circa of friends serves up a sublime meal

Circa of friends serves up a sublime meal

The menu at Circa would make an Irish patriot out of Arlene Foster, or at least it would during the time she’s eating here

Grill: More wine!

Grill: More wine!

Here are ten great choices to try with your barbecue this year

Grill: Fired up

Grill: Fired up

Gas or electric? Cheap as chips, or a serious investment? If you want to know what kind of barbecue is right for you, these tips from Weber should help

Grill: Fishy flavours

Grill: Fishy flavours

Keep it light with these fish and seafood recipes from Josef Cervenka, head chef at the Dublin grill restaurant Asador (asador.ie), where a new menu is now available on the outdoor terrace

Grill: Here comes the sun

Grill: Here comes the sun

Grill: Cheeky chicken

Grill: Cheeky chicken

Think chicken is boring? Think again. Liven up your summer barbecues with these less ordinary recipes from Weekend BBQ by Ross Dobson (Murdoch Books, out now)

Grill: Good to the last drop

Grill: Good to the last drop

Emmet Ryan selects the best beers to wash down all that meat at your summer barbecues

Bite size: Katie Sanderson teams up with Kerala Kitchen

Bite size: Katie Sanderson teams up with Kerala Kitchen

Pint of view

Pint of view

Going the extra 12 miles in Cork is well worth it

Going the extra 12 miles in Cork is well worth it

The service at Sage more than matched the food, and if you can find better-quality dishes for less money anywhere in the country, I’d be surprised

Wine, whiskey and a few old Joycean myths

Wine, whiskey and a few old Joycean myths

James Joyce enjoyed a good tipple, and the pages of his greatest work teem with references to the delights of wine and spirits

Watch it, cook it, eat it

Watch it, cook it, eat it

Years before Instagram, Donal Skehan grasped the power of image in food writing. Now LA-based, the TV host has mastered foodie Youtube as well, writes Jillian Bolger