The art of food

The days of exotic food from far-flung countries are gone, as rising prices have caused a shift towards sourcing traditional or organic produce. For food artisans around Ireland, it’s a culinary change that has been worth waiting for.

30th August, 2008

The days of exotic food from far-flung countries are gone, as rising prices have caused a shift towards sourcing traditional or organic produce. For food artisans around Ireland, it’s a culinary change that has been worth waiting for.

In our rush to join the global party, many of us have let go of something intrinsically Irish. In the Celtic tiger years, the local, seasonal, fresh food that our parents and grandparents lived on...

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