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Martin Dwyer Sushi
Author: Martin Dwyer
A keen observer of the changing food scene, Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer is well known in Ireland for the excellent restaurant that he and his wife Sile ran in Waterford, until they moved to France in 2004. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well.
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Grow It Yourself
Author: Michael Kelly
Grow-It-Yourself guru Michael Kelly shares the love for garlic - and suggests some great GIY gifts
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Nevin Maguire's Ribs
Author: Darina Allen
Darina introduces some of the new season’s best cookbooks for your Christmas list
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Savoury Porridge
Author: Darina Allen
Let’s hear it for oats! Darina shares her love of one of Ireland’s simplest, most nourishing and most versatile foods.
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GIY
Author: Michael Kelly
Grow-It-Yourself guru Michael Kelly reminds us that, as well as doing the final harvesting and tidying up, we can start planting new crops this month. And it’s time to fall back in love again with old winter reliables such as chard and spinach. They will shortly become our very best friends.
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Patisserie
Author: Martin Dwyer
The Village Bakery: Our Irish Chef in France, Martin Dwyer, tells the story of their local bakery and its ups and downs. And there’s a lesson we could learn from in Ireland too - a favourable rates deal might encourage many a small business to bring the heart back to our rural towns and villages
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Nevin Maguire Midweek Meals
Author: Georgina Campbell
A new book from Ireland’s best-loved chef, Neven Maguire, is always welcome - and, once again, he’s right on the money with Neven Maguire’s Midweek Meals (Gill, hardback. €22.99).
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Beetroot Salad
Author: Georgina Campbell
There’s never been a better time to make the case for organic food production and its potential in Ireland is massive. With Green issues including climate change at the top of the political agenda, plus concerns about the possible fall-out if there’s a no-deal Brexit and WTO rules are introduced, there’s a unique opportunity to do the right thing by the environment and build on Ireland’s reputation as a quality food producer at the same time. And perhaps we could even bite the bullet and go for the ultimate prize: Ireland as an organic food island…?
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Tomatoes
Author: Darina Allen
Darina shares some of her favourite tips and recipes to make the most of an abundant harvest of homegrown produce - and reminds us to focus on the quality of the food we are feeding ourselves and our families at this critical time
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GIY
Author: Michael Kelly
The benefits of growing your own food are endless. Not only can it improve your health and save you money, but it is also a fantastic way to reduce your food waste...
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