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A succulent taste of Jamaica in a corner of D6

A succulent taste of Jamaica in a corner of D6

The atmosphere at Lil Portie is wonderfully laid back, and the dishes on offer are unlike anything you’ll find elsewhere in Dublin

Two hardy annuals to serve up at home

Two hardy annuals to serve up at home

Here, TV chef Neven Maguire presents two classic dishes from his new book, Home Economics for Life, which is published by Gill Books, priced €22.99

Comforting classics from Currabinny

Comforting classics from Currabinny

Currabinny is the food company created by social influencer James Kavanagh and Ballymaloe-trained food obsessive William Murray. Here, they share three achievable recipes from their debut cookbook to try at home

The Beautiful Cup

The Beautiful Cup

Colin Harmon used to tell his friends that he planned to build a career in coffee: they’d laugh, as Irish coffee culture didn’t exist yet. Now that his coffee company 3fe roasts two tons of beans a year and has helped create a nation of coffee lovers, his next move is into casual dining, namely at Gertrude in Pearse Street, writes Gillian Nelis

To Try, Buy And Put By

To Try, Buy And Put By

The left-field story of the Right Bank

The left-field story of the Right Bank

The ancient vineyards of Saint-Émilion, Pomerol and Lalande-de-Pomerol survived decades of discrimination from Bordeaux merchants. Now they produce some of the priciest wines on the planet

Enjoyable Asian fare and classy cocktails in a cosy city centre setting

Enjoyable Asian fare and classy cocktails in a cosy city centre setting

Food for thought

Food for thought

Food is about more than simple nourishment. It’s about memories, culture, history, love and friendship, and it can play a big role in helping new communities integrate, writes Emma Kennedy

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Game for Anything

Game for Anything

Think you can’t cook pheasant or partridge, or how about venison? Richard Stearn has the recipes to prove you wrong

Bake up a storm

Bake up a storm

Autumn is the perfect season for baking, as shown by these recipes from Sorcha Aiken, head pastry chef at Fallon & Byrne in Dublin

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

What D’Artagnan would have drunk

What D’Artagnan would have drunk

Château le Puy’s commitment to organic, non-intervention methods is bringing us the tastes of 400 years ago, with an expressive raw vivacity that is well worth splashing out on

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

You might presume, given the salubrious neighbourhood, that The Gables is very expensive. In fact, starters are from €5.50 to €8.95, and mains from €13.65 to €27.50, with daily specials also more than fairly priced

Cooking together for a community

Cooking together for a community

In the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire in London last year, a group of local women gathered to cook fresh food for their families and neighbours. This special response grew to become the Hubb Community Kitchen