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Eat, drink and be merry

Eat, drink and be merry

Summer means festivals, and there’s no shortage of foodie events to keep you sated. Jessie Collins lines up some of the best gastronomic happenings from coast to coast

Kitchen kit ideas

Kitchen kit ideas

The kitchen may be the heart of the home, but if you’re a keen cook, what should you fill it with? Bob Toal has some advice on how to put together the perfect array of cooking tools

Taste of the sun is marred by a couple of clouds

Taste of the sun is marred by a couple of clouds

I wouldn’t rule out a return to Sol y Sombra, but I’d be hoping for a bit more consistency next time out

To Try, Buy And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

There’s still no place like Rhône

There’s still no place like Rhône

France’s most egalitarian wine region has a system that allows every humble producer to believe they can crack the big time

Eat, drink and be Merry in Dungarvan

Eat, drink and be Merry in Dungarvan

Merry’s – which celebrated its 150th year in business last week – is the kind of room you’d love to be forced to spend time in, with its traditional wooden bar, open fire and lovely friendly staff

Sniffing out a gem in a picture-perfect town

Sniffing out a gem in a picture-perfect town

Gillian Nelis enjoyed her stop-off in the Parson’s Nose in Hillsborough

Chef's Table: Ending on a sweet note

Chef's Table: Ending on a sweet note

This week, four chefs - Dervla James, Jess Murphy, JR Ryall and Paul Hynes - share their favourite dessert recipes

Jura the obscure takes its bow

Jura the obscure takes its bow

A mountain world of rare wines and Jurassic rocks is just waiting to be discovered

To Try, Buy  And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

Something truly delicious is cooking in Harold’s Cross

Something truly delicious is cooking in Harold’s Cross

Craft is a true neighbourhood restaurant, with warm, relaxed service, and prices that won’t scare the horses

To try, buy or put by

To try, buy or put by

Mountains, mists and Barolo

Mountains, mists and Barolo

The wineries of the Po valley fell out of fashion over the last few decades, and winemakers there have been forced to choose between following fashion and sticking rigidly to sacred doctrines

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Meltdown in Dublin, a new healthy eating course and afternoon tea at Druids Glen

Pint of view

Pint of view