Sunday May 31, 2020

A year of culinary highs

It has been a memorable year for all the wrong reasons, but there have been plenty of great food moments to raise the spirits

27th November, 2010

It has been quite the culinary year for all sorts of reasons.

The rise of comfort and nostalgic food proved to be not just a fad, but a reflection of our current psyche - we are in desperate need of a culinary hug.

Now that the Celtic tiger party is over, perhaps our perception of food will change too.

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