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Fun, quirky and always busy, Kai (meaning food in Maori) is the brainchild of chef Jess Murphy, a New Zealander who, with her Irish husband David front-of-house, converted this former tearoom café on Galway city’s Westside to create a rustic café and restaurant with a casual vibe and loads of atmosphere.
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Birgitta Hedin-Curtin, of the famed Burren Smokehouse in Lisdoonvarna Co Clare, about this vibrant business and some of its recent successes.
The UK’s National Vegetarian Week is scheduled for 18th-24th May and - while the nearest equivalent in Ireland is World Vegetarian Day in October, which is marked by the Vegetarian Society in Dublin - this is a good time to celebrate the health-giving qualities, versatility and downright deliciousness of vegetables
In the latest of her series on the Year of Irish Design and its importance for tourism, Aileesh Carew explores the developing role of design in food.
This month Eunice shares the recipe for her sumptuous Rosewater and Pistachio Pavlova - the perfect summer party piece
This month Darina talks about one of the West of Ireland’s biggest food heroes, JP McMahon. The larger than life author of ‘Cava Bodega Tapas, A Taste of Spain in Ireland’ is a speaker at this year’s Kerrygold Ballymaloe Lifest LitFest (15-17 May 2015)
Craft breweries are springing up all over the place these days. This Bank Holiday weekend 22-23 May the historic Titanic Drawing Offices will be the venue for a festival to celebrate the best in Northern Ireland and beyond.
Dee Laffan speaks with Stephen Teeling of the new Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Newmarket Square, Dublin 8, which opens its doors this month.
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: On being an Irishman in France
Brehon Brewhouse is set amongst the rolling drumlins of Patrick Kavanagh country in County Monaghan – hence the inspiration for the names of their Stony Grey IPA and Shanco Dubh porter.