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Chef’s table: Two treats from a place named Sue

Chef’s table: Two treats from a place named Sue

THIS week, Karl Whelan and Declan Horgan from Super Miss Sue in Dublin (supermisssue.com) present two light and tasty dishes from their new spring/summer menu

Pint of view

Pint of view

A Head In A Hat Gin

A truly dahling way to eat lentils

A truly dahling way to eat lentils

THIS week, Helen Costelloe, whose vegetarian pop-up restaurant is open in The Watergarden in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny every Sunday from 12.30pm to 4pm, adds a sophisticated touch to a dahl by serving it with garlic and ginger fried rice and lemon pick

A true masterclass in Indian flavours

A true masterclass in Indian flavours

They have changed many Irish people’s perception of Indian food

Chianti’s tangled roots

Chianti’s tangled roots

Tuscany hasn’t always been part of Italy, and the history of its signature wine is as complex as the ever-changing politics of the region

Four Galway greats

Four Galway greats

Running from April 2-6, the Galway Food Festival will include food taster trails along the city’s cobbled streets, food tours of the Aran Islands, live cooking demos, whiskey and wine tastings, and talks by food producers, chefs and more. See galwayf

Dining in style at Dax

Dining in style at Dax

Dax, 23 Pembroke Street Upper, Dublin 2, Tel: 01-6761494, Web: dax.ie, Chef: Conor O’Dowd

No shame in chenin

No shame in chenin

Chenin blanc has suffered from being associated with South African apartheid and cheaper blended wines – but it is now on the road to rehabilitation in its original home, the Loire.

Bite size

Bite size

There’s a new team in the kitchen at Locks, the canalside brasserie in Dublin owned by Sebastien Masi and Kirsten Batt, who also run Pearl Brasserie in the city centre.

A chicken classic

A chicken classic

Each week, a chef shares a favourite recipe. This week Jérôme Fernandes of La Réserve Brasserie in Ranelagh, Dublin, presents a classic coq au vin

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Bite size

A night to savour with Ghai at Ballymaloe

A taste of Italy rebooted

A taste of Italy rebooted

Osteria Lucio. The Malting Tower, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Tel: 01-6624198. Web: osteriadublin.com. Chef: Mark Anderson.

Rebelling in the Languedoc

Rebelling in the Languedoc

Amid intense heat and volatile temperaments, the producers of the Languedoc have rejected conformity to produce a variety of exciting wines

Say amen to  ramen

Say amen to ramen

Each week, a chef shares a favourite recipe. This week’s comes from Ethna Reynolds, an award-winning chef from Shell’s Cafe in Strandhill, Co Sligo. She combines her love of food and burlesque – yes, she’s also a burlesque performer – on her blog, Th

Bite size

Bite size

Taking baking to another level