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
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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
Marco Pierre White was once considered the enfant terrible of the London restaurant scene. He tells Clodagh McKenna why, at 53, he now prefers a simple life, and one-pot cooking to cordon bleu.