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Siblings Michael and Laura Cashman took over the lease of this famous waterside pub in 2012 and it’s a really pleasant spot - very well kept, but simple and appropriate. The welcome note on the front of the menu explains their aims...
How often do you eat chicken? It is by far the most popular meat in Ireland, accounting for about a third of the nation’s total meat consumption, so the chances are you eat it several times a week. And the demand for chicken breast fillets in Ireland is extraordinarily high compared to other parts of Europe.
This month Darina talks about the pleasures - and rewards - of foraging. You’ll find lots more foraging information and recipes in her wonderful book Forgotten Skills of Cooking (Kyle Cathie).
Barbara Collins, who is Channel Editor of Taste Of Ulster TV, introduces this exciting new resource. Jamie Oliver’s done it with Food Tube, now Taste of Ulster/Food NI has launched a brand new digital channel which showcases the very best of Northern Ireland food and drink.
In the latest of her series on the Year of Irish Design and its importance for tourism, Aileesh Carew highlights the award for Design in Tourism at the inaugural Irish Tourism Awards .
KRISTIN JENSEN - co-author of Slainte! The complete Guide To Irish Craft Beers and Ciders - introduces us to Dungarvan Brewing Company Helvick Gold Irish Blonde Ale
West of Ireland food writer Anne Marie Carroll introduces an unlikely new farm, right in the heart of Galway city
This month Eunice shares her lovely summery recipe for Lamb Carpaccio with Caponata, Knockalara sheeps cheese and rocket
Feast or Famine: a Cultural Food Journey of the North West of Ireland by Emmett McCourt
. Guildhall Press, hardback, 272 pp, fully illustrated. £19.95.
Kevin Dundon’s Back To Basics - Your Essential Step-by-Step Cookbook
Mitchell Beazley/Octopus Publishing; hardback 222 pages, photography by Cristian Barnett; £20. more...
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas shares the first instalment of a recent Culinary Adventure in Ireland