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Set in the grounds of Ashford Castle, Lisloughrey Lodge enjoys one of the most beautiful locations in Ireland, with views down Lough Corrib. The hotel was developed during the boom and a modern approach was taken, but it has since changed management and, while still contemporary, the elegance of the beautiful old house at its heart has been restored.
This month Marilyn Bright talks to John Hickey, Head Chef of The Exchange Restaurant at the Westin Hotel, Dublin 2, where an innovative Daily Catch menu offers diners a choice of cooking methods, side dishes and sauces for their daily-changing selection of spanking fresh fish.
It seems an incredible amount of money but, according to recent figures from Bord Bia, Irish shoppers spent €3.5 million on fresh hake last year – which is a staggering an increase of 83% on 2011.
In the fourth of a series which shows how to get the best from some specific food and beer pairings, our expert columnist and food blogger KRISTIN JENSEN gives her tips on matching Beer and Curry - a classic, unbeatable partnership...
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month Martin shares a recipe for a very special drink with us: Vin de Noix
The strange weather held things up at Castlefarm this spring and the cows have only just been let out overnight
Eggs are synonymous with spring and they’re Nature’s convenience food - perfectly packaged and always accessible. They’re also highly nutritious (a concentrated source of protein with a wide range of vitamins and minerals), great value and the most versatile food imaginable.
Rachel Gaffney, the famous foodie who’s flying the flag for Ireland in Texas, attended the grand opening of ‘Collin County Farmers Market’ located in Plano, Texas and learns about locally grown Olives
This month our intrepid thinker Lucy Madden wonders about the longterm value of The Gathering - and has some excellent ideas of her own to put forward
Popular author and TV chef Edward Hayden is well known from his appearances on TV3's 'Ireland AM' and perhaps even more so from his classes and demonstrations in a cookery schools and venues around the country, where his cheerful nature and relaxed presentation goes down a treat.