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Grill: Of coolers, coasters and corkscrews

Grill: Of coolers, coasters and corkscrews

Grill: The grill of it all

Grill: The grill of it all

Get busy grilling as four chefs serve up a sumptuous quartet of barbecue recipes for the summer

Grill: The first of the summer wine

Grill: The first of the summer wine

Raise a glass to sunny afternoons and warm evenings with Tomás Clancy’s top ten barbecue wines

Grill: Add flavour to the fire

Grill: Add flavour to the fire

Spice up your summer barbecues with these tips and recipes from Arun Kapil

To Try, Buy  And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

Dujac: the house that Jacques built

Dujac: the house that Jacques built

Surrounded by Burgundy’s elite, the owners of Domaine Dujac are keeping their feet on the ground and producing top-class, yet affordable, wines

Eastern Seaboard: Steaks are well and truly raised in Drogheda

Eastern Seaboard: Steaks are well and truly raised in Drogheda

Do yourself a favour and book a table here. And have the steak.

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

To Try, Buy or Put By

To Try, Buy or Put By

The ten Cru that saved Beaujolais

The ten Cru that saved Beaujolais

The family wineries of Beaujolais have made the region the hipster’s choice by staying true to their roots

More misses than hits in sunny Monkstown

More misses than hits in sunny Monkstown

I’m at a loss as to what has happened at Bresson since it opened amid a slew of positive reviews a few months back

Savour the taste of seaside Sligo

Savour the taste of seaside Sligo

This week, Lee Mastin, head chef at the Draft House gastropub (thedrafthouse.ie) on the Wild Atlantic Way in Strandhill, Co Sligo, has three courses for you to try this bank holiday weekend

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Meet Ireland’s South American twin

Meet Ireland’s South American twin

It’s a tiny republic squeezed in between Brazil and Argentina, but Uruguay knows how to fight its corner - not just at World Cups, but in the wine world too

Friendly fare on the sandy shores of Dingle

Friendly fare on the sandy shores of Dingle

Spillane's is located on the Maharees, a three-kilometre sandy spit to the north of the Dingle peninsula that’s a mecca for surfers and, at least if our experience is anything to go by, for families