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Margaret & Laura Bowe
Author: Georgina Campbell
A fine regency house set in 40 acres of immaculately maintained gardens and woodland, Marlfield House Hotel was established by Ray and Mary Bowe in 1978 and has long been a byword for luxury, genuine hospitality and fine food - a place where everything is sure to be right for that special occasion.

Edward Hayden’s Whole Roasted Chicken with Sausage Meat Stuffing, Glazed Winter Vegetables
Author: Georgina Campbell
"Cooking, Cocktails and Comedy" is the promise at Savour Kilkenny 2016: in celebration of a decade of 'delicious dining and demos' this year's Festival of Food takes place over the October bank holiday weekend (October 28th-31st), and it's the biggest yet.

Jillian Bolger
Author: Jillian Bolger
On the BBC’s Room 101, host Frank Skinner invites three guests each week to nominate their pet hates, things they’d most like to see banished to Room 101 forever. The chosen items usually range from the mundane to the obscure, but are all things that drive their nominator crazy.

Failte Ireland Food Champs
Author: Anthony O'Toole
In the first of a new monthly column, Failte Ireland Food Champion Anthony O'Toole explains what it’s all about - and says, "We can and we will put our little green land on the world map for food and tourism."

Wine Making Equipment
Author: Hans Wieland
I still remember that Easter Day 1985 when we looked at that cottage in the wilds of Leitrim, near Manorhamilton, climbed through the window and stood in a damp, deserted living room full of books. The one that fell into my hand was "First Steps in Winemaking" by C.J.J.Berry. (What a name!) The rest is history as they say.

James & Grace Gannon - Cloonconra Cheese
Author: Georgina Campbell
As the raw milk debate rumbles on, it is encouraging that producers have the support of so many groups dedicated to safeguarding traditional farming methods, including Euro-Toques Ireland, which lobbies tirelessly on their behalf and supports small producers in many ways, including their annual food awards.

Broad Beans
Author: Michael Kelly
It really is hard to believe that it’s already October, and the year is winding down inexorably towards Halloween and that other mid-winter festival that will remain unmentioned.

le Presbytere
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin answers the question most often asked by guests: how did a middle aged Irish couple come to be running a B&B in the Languedoc?

Darina Allen
Author: Darina Allen
It's not as easy as it sounds to give visitors 'a real taste of our Irish produce' - but Darina has the answer to this common problem

Broughgammon Farm’s goat tacos
Author: Barbara Collins
Ballycastle-based Broughgammon Farm's goat tacos have won them the Best Snack Food category in the influential British Street Food Awards 2016 in Birmingham. Broughgammon Farm, a family business, came out on top of a finalists field of 17 street food businesses from across the United Kingdom. It was a first time win for a Northern Ireland food business.

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