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La Cuisine d’ Été (‘Summer Kitchen’)
Author: Martin Dwyer
Martin is adding La Cuisine d'Été ('Summer Kitchen') to his Chambre d'Hôtes

Val's Kitchen Real Food, Real Easy by Valerie O'Connor (Brien Press; hardback, 246x189mm, 160pp; photography by the author; €19.99/£14.99)
Author: Georgina Campbell
Val's Kitchen Real Food, Real Easy by Valerie O'Connor (Brien Press; hardback, 246x189mm, 160pp; photography by the author; €19.99/£14.99)

Already well known to followers of the popular blog that she has written for over a decade (, Valerie O’Connor’s books are reaching a ready audience

Ulster Artisans Airport Shop
Author: Barbara Collins
Barbara Collins introduces The Taste of Ulster Shop, a great artisan food and drink initiative at Belfast International Airport

The Farmette Cookbook Recipes and Adventures from My Life on an Irish Farm
Author: Darina Allen
This month Darina revels in the traditional food that the spring always reminds us of, thanks partly to the focus of St Patrick’s Day, and enjoys a new book written by an American city girl who took to life in rural Ireland like a duck to water - and wasted no time in becoming a household name …

Castlefarm Allotments
Author: Jenny Young
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

Michael Kelly
Author: Michael Kelly
When you have been growing your own food for a few years, it’s easy to forget what it felt like when you started out first. I am talking about that sweaty, daunted, vaguely frightened feeling - afraid to start, afraid to make a mistake, afraid to look foolish if it goes wrong.

Salad of Silver Darlings Irish Herring
Author: Georgina Campbell
A hymn to rural Ireland - that just about sums up the Irish Food Writers' Guild Food Awards 2016, which are dominated this year by dedicated producers in the midlands and the stunningly good food and drink that they create. Now in their 22nd year of celebrating indigenous food, the Awards were announced at a showcase lunch at Dublin’s Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on 2nd March.

The Washerwoman
Author: Just Ask
With a reputation for excellence that includes the deservedly successful Winding Stair and Woollen Mills restaurants on Dublin's quays, Elaine Murphy brought some of her magic to leafy Glasnevin when she added yet another 'W' to her portfolio in 2015. And, at The Washerwoman, she also rejuvenated a landmark building once again, bringing her winning combination of stylish casual dining (in a pared back Scandi style setting) and honest, flavoursome food to an established neighbourhood.

Kristin Jensen
Author: Kristin Jensen
In 2014, Geoff Fitzpatrick opened his brewery in his hometown of Drogheda, County Louth. It’s the first brewery in the town for over 50 years, ever since William Cairnes closed in 1960.

Ross Golden Bannon
Author: News
Seanad Candidate Ross Golden-Bannon explores the all-encompassing CETA & TTIP treaties and their many worrying provisions, which bode ill for the Irish food sector.

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