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The untold story of a sparkling giant

The untold story of a sparkling giant

Prosecco was being written about by the Romans as long ago as the first century AD, but in many ways its narrative is just beginning

At home with the classics

At home with the classics

This week, Dan Keane from Stack A restaurant at Urban Brewing in the CHQ Building in Dublin (urbanbrewing.ie) has two classics for you to try: a côte de boeuf and a chocolate mousse

Comfort food for the locals in Wicklow

Comfort food for the locals in Wicklow

Friendly, unpretentious and welcoming, but offering some really great food, Lily’s is the kind of place you’d love to have at the bottom of your street

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

France’s valley of the lost wines

France’s valley of the lost wines

Overlooked by modern wine lovers until recently, the Loire is home to an impressive variety of top-quality, well-priced wines

Serve up a superior supper

Serve up a superior supper

This week, Graham Neville of Dax in Dublin city centre (dax.ie) brings fine dining into your home with these elegant recipes

Bite size

Bite size

Pint Of View

Pint Of View

A taste of Café society is well worth the wait

A taste of Café society is well worth the wait

Pappardelle with walnut, chestnut mushrooms and an egg cooked in brown butter at Café en Seine was a creamy, moreish hug in a bowl

The First Family of new Irish whiskey

The First Family of new Irish whiskey

The Teelings aren’t just a success story in their own right: the arc of their narrative is also the story of modern-day Irish whiskey

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Four vegan gems from the Far East

Four vegan gems from the Far East

This week, Sasha Gill (@thesashadiaries), who grew up in Singapore before moving to England, presents four recipes from her new book Jackfruit and Blue Ginger, which is full of colourful vegan Asian dishes

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

Human after all: The war on terroir

Human after all: The war on terroir

It’s been maligned by many wine experts for years, but the value of terroir has received a measure of reappraisal in recent times

Some princely dim sum at a pauper’s price

Some princely dim sum at a pauper’s price

Happily for those of us who are still feeling a little financially challenged after Christmas, at Lucky Tortoise you’ll get a very good meal for not a lot