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New breed of chefs ready to represent Ireland

Fruit of the loam

Fruit of the loam

I love the sight of the early rhubarb. For me it signifies the beginning of the flow of warm-weather fruits and vegetables that we have all been longing for through the winter. Rhubarb is actually a vegetable, even though it is often referred to as a

Pint of view

Pint of view

Metalman Pale Ale

The latest Northern light

The latest Northern light

Eipic

3 wines to try, buy and put by

3 wines to try, buy and put by

TO TRY

The Australian assault

The Australian assault

The Lucky Country has launched a new wine authority which plans to use the country’s unique terroirs, and the wines they produce, to woo fine-wine consumers worldwide

Bridge tumbling down on food

Bridge tumbling down on food

The complete New Zealand

The complete New Zealand

New Zealand is world-renowned for its sauvignon blanc pinot noir, pinot gris and chardonnay, but it is now working hard to show that it has so much more to offer

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Spice up your kitchen

Spice up your kitchen

At this time of year, the weather, our mood, even the seasonal food available can seem a little dull. I always get the urge to cook spicy vegetable dishes with colour and exotic flavours to liven up my taste buds. Last week, I cooked them every night

3 wines to try, buy and put by

3 wines to try, buy and put by

An island in the sun

An island in the sun

There’s so much you can learn about a country through its food. I’ve never been to Haiti, but over the past three years I have connected with this troubled country by getting to know its cuisine, and through this, finding out about its customs, flavo

3 wines to try, buy and put by

3 wines to try, buy and put by

The New World’s greatest winery

The New World’s greatest winery

The secret of Australia’s Penfolds Winery’s success is simple: it understands that luxury can be an affordable indulgence

Aim high for a natural pie

Aim high for a natural pie