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Bord Bia has been very supportive of cheesemakers, and of small producers generally, and through the EU-funded Discover Farmhouse Cheese programme, they are currently encouraging us to make handmade cheeses part of our everyday shopping, both for raw or ‘cheeseboard’ use, and to use in cooking.
What is it about a school excursion that makes us all revert back to our carefree childhood temperament? asks Darina, as she recounts the fun she and her 12 Week Certificate course students had on their latest fact finding field trip
The tourism sector is constantly becoming more and more transparent through social media and review websites. Nowadays, it’s the individual guest’s experience that makes or breaks the success of a tourism product.
Every parent wants to give their child the best possible start in life and, just as a good breakfast is the best start to each day, good nutrition in the early stages is the best foundation for health throughout life. And who better to advise than Ireland’s best loved chef and father of 3-year old twins, Neven Maguire? more...
Neven Maguire’s Complete Baby & Toddler Cookbook.
Following an apparently unstoppable onslaught by the multiples and their promise of convenience and low prices, the family butchers shop has undergone a remarkable renaissance in recent years - greatly helped by the support of quality, fair price and local provenance driven groups such as Euro-Toques Ireland...
Rachel Gaffney, the famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas shares a story of wonderful time spent at MacNean House & Cookery School with a group of American visitors
This month Lucy Madden considers with a mixture of sadness and wry amusement some of the consequences that follow high jinks and disrespect for historic properties and antiques - and urges culrpits to ‘Fess up’ or be remembered with contempt.
Barbara Collins, introduces Ireland’s first potato vodka, recently launched by Hughes Craft Distillery
KRISTIN JENSEN, co-author of Slainte! The complete Guide To Irish Craft Beers and Ciders, introduces us to ‘ the little black dress of beer’, the Black Donkey Brewing Sheep Stealer Irish Farmhouse Ale - and a pair of brewers who are particularly interested in working with chefs to align their beers with food.
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, is 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 extols the joys of the mouthwateringly delicious summer fruits in the South of France