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To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

The bright side of sweet Sauternes

The bright side of sweet Sauternes

Sauternes has been stigmatised as a dessert wine, but now it’s time for a revival

Uptown grill is dressed to impress

Uptown grill is dressed to impress

Small issues with the main courses aside, this was an impressive meal, with the sweetbread starter and the panna cotta dessert in particular indicating that there is some serious talent at work in The Grill Room kitchen

Still over the moon at Luna

Still over the moon at Luna

The food at Luna was eye-rollingly, tastebud-tingly, brain-meltingly good

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Waves, sails and wine adventures

Waves, sails and wine adventures

Since before the time of Julius Caesar, maritime culture has influenced the world of wine

Winning shellfish combinations

Winning shellfish combinations

This week, recipes come from Tom Brown of Cornerstone in Hackney Wick in London (cornerstonehackney.com), who will be in Dublin on September 3 as guest judge at the semi-finals of the Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year 2018 competition

Confidence of youth on display  at Ananda

Confidence of youth on display at Ananda

Three sweet ways to end the summer

Three sweet ways to end the summer

This week, Kevin Aherne, proprietor and chef at Sage restaurant in Midleton and director of the Feast Cork food and drinks festival presents three delicious dessert recipes. Feast Cork takes place from September 2 to 9; see feastcork.ie

To Try, Buy  And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

Sauvignon Blanc, the once and future king

Sauvignon Blanc, the once and future king

New white wines threaten Sauvignon Blanc every year, but none has yet managed to claim its crown

To Try, Buy  And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

Wine school: a delicious education

Wine school: a delicious education

Want to develop a keener nose for wine? Then a course might be just the thing for you

A gastropub less ordinary, with a genuine grá for local produce

A gastropub less ordinary, with a genuine grá for local produce

Showcasing nature’s bounty

Showcasing nature’s bounty

This week, Philippe Farineau, executive chef at Ashford Castle in Cong, Co Mayo, takes inspiration from the estate’s gardens to present three elegant dishes for experienced home cooks to try for themselves