Just the tonic: the evolution of Irish gin
Irish gins continue to excel, both nationally and internationally. We pick some of the best for you to try this month
Spare a thought for your Irish-born family and friends residing in the US. The month of March has commenced and with it, so has the onslaught of hype for what Americans call Patty’s Day.
Not only do Irish ex-pats across the ocean have to feign delight at their neighbours or work colleagues for wearing Kiss Me I’m Irish jumpers – they also have to hide their annoyance at the incorrect phrasing of Paddy’s...
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Chef’s Table: Go up in smoke with four fiery BBQ recipes
John Relihan of Cork’s Holy Smoke serves up a quartet of flamingly fine BBQ recipes for you to try your hand at