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Steeped in centuries of history and atmosphere, The King’s Head is a destination food pub in the centre of Galway. Looking out onto busy High Street, the comparatively small frontage belies its extent over three floors, and it could be said to be the original super-pub.
Summer by the seaside means lots of fresh fish and seafood - and fortunately the best way to treat good seafood is simply, so these recipes are perfect for those summer evenings when you just want something easy and tasty.
In the latest of her series on the Year of Irish Design and its importance for tourism, Aileesh Carew introduces your new must-have travelling companion - the Design Island app
This month Darina considers something that many of us are likely to be thinking about at this time of year - Family Reunions. Nowadays, in our crazily busy lives, years can flash by in a hectic blur. Suddenly we realise that we haven’t seen or sometimes heard from favourite cousins or even aunts and uncles for years.
In what you might think is a saturated market, one Irish product has managed to find a niche and edge its way into the top ranks of people’s tastes, and is even found as a garnish in a well-known five-star resort in Cork. Dee Laffan gets to know the people behind the successful artisan product – Joe's Farm Crisps
Barbara Collins introduces the new Northbound Brewery in Derry, where the local ingredients used include Irish malt, Derry water and Irish carrageen moss - and it is already being used as an ingredient by a successful local food producer
West of Ireland food writer Anne Marie Carroll revisits the village of Cong, Co Mayo and discovers that it has reinvented itself as Cong Food Village
Not exactly ‘in season’ of course, but the crunchy sweet, Yellow Man, is unique to Northern Ireland and - although it is also found on stalls at other country fairs and, nowadays, in the shops - this traditional toffee-like sweet is firmly associated with Lammas Fair, which is held at Ballycastle, Co Antrim, in late August and marks the end of the summer (24-25th August 2015).
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
KRISTIN JENSEN, co-author of Slainte! The complete Guide To Irish Craft Beers and Ciders, introduces us to Galway Hooker Irish Dark Lager