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A glass from the past

A glass from the past

War, pestilence, and the uprooting of the peasant winemaking class could not completely eradicate the aligoté grape from Burgundy

Cocktail Cabinet No.26: Blood and sand

Cocktail Cabinet No.26: Blood and sand

Evocative but not explicit, and happily delicious

3 wines to try, buy and put by

3 wines to try, buy and put by

Tomas Clancy: Up from the ashes

Tomas Clancy: Up from the ashes

After World War II, German wine had something of an image problem - the story of its climb back to respectability is fascinating

Where’s the beef? Right here

Where’s the beef? Right here

This week Irish chef Peter McKennahas a recipe that will suit experienced home cooks using a lesser-known cut: the diamond muscle

Bite size

Bite size

Pint of view

Pint of view

The latest edition in the O’Hara’s Hop Adventure series packs a heap of flavour

Time to feast on fish in the city

Time to feast on fish in the city

Myself and the five-year-old were simply starving when we got there on a busy Saturday afternoon

Back in the Black’s

Back in the Black’s

Changes in the recent budget spelled good news for Black’s of Kinsale, which has something special brewing for Christmas

Pub Talk

Pub Talk

The Blackbird in Rathmines is about as hipster as it gets with a random assortment of chairs and a less than conventional layout

Recipes that reach the heights

Recipes that reach the heights

This week, Róisín Corrigan, a ski chalet chef with the Irish company Highlife, has three comforting recipes perfect for colder nights.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Despite the high alcohol level, it is a gentle drink and a strong-tasting brew that won’t be overpowered

25 toasty treats

25 toasty treats

Drinking wine in the cold months brings many advantages. This week, we list 25 of our top warming wines for winter

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Bite size

If you’re planning on doing some pre-Halloween baking with the kids, these apple and pear puff parcels are an easy option

Carluccio’s Irish outpost is a mixed bag

Carluccio’s Irish outpost is a mixed bag

It’s a very good price for what is a pretty large amount of food, The lasagne, however, was surprisingly poor