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Rua, on Castlebar’s Spencer Street, where there is also a bakery and delicatessen - is the second branch of the business and has become a mecca for food lovers from all over the west and north west of Ireland (and beyond)
There’s never a bad time to think about the quality of staple food, but this is one of the best when it comes to bread and baking.
In the latest of her series on the Year of Irish Design and its importance for tourism, Aileesh Carew suggests a touring itinerary that would take in range of the great design experiences that Design Island can offer, many of which you can eat and/or stay in…
Since Michael Kelly’s famous ‘Eureka’ moment - when confronted by garlic all the way from China in his local supermarket - there’s been a strangely emotive connotation to the provenance of garlic in Ireland. In his case, it inspired him to start up the phenomenally successful GIY movement, while others see potential in the product itself.
A gorgeous display of marrows in the window of the Ward family’s superb shop and café, Country Choice, in Nenagh, Co Tipperary has reminded me that we hear plenty about other, more exotic, members of the Cucurbita (gourd) family - which includes squash and pumpkin - but very little about the whopper marrows that I remember from my childhood.
This month Darina talks about an important topic that's on every parent's mind at the beginning of a new school year - school lunches
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas is also always on the lookout for the very best Irish places to recommend to American visitors. This month, she shares the details of a disappointing Irish hotel stay that she thinks the owners need to know about.
What it means to be an organic farmer in Ireland today … Jenny Young writes about life and work on an organic mixed farm in Co Kildare - and selling its produce
This month Georgina reviews All in the Cooking by (O’Brien Press, €16.99 hardback 256pp; some diagrams, no photographs.)
West of Ireland food writer Anne Marie Carroll introduces a new Whiskey Trail in Galway and the history that inspired it