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Lens & Larder
Author: Jillian Bolger
Food & Travel Writer JILLIAN BOLGER samples Lens & Larder’s pop-up Village Life dinner at Kildare Village - Summer’s most exclusive dinner party

Kilmegan Wild Elderflower-Infused Cider
Author: Kristin Jensen
The origins of Kilmegan Irish Cider sound like something out of a fairytale: in 1967, Andrew Boyd's father discovered a 70-year-old orchard hidden underneath a six-metre-high wall of brambles next to the farmhouse he and his wife had bought in the shadow of the Mourne Mountains. Andrew grew up eating those apples, but fast forward to 2009...

McCambridge's Strawberries
Author: Anne Marie Carroll
West of Ireland food writer Anne Marie Carroll says that summer starts with strawberries grown by the wonderful McCambridge's of Galway

Eunice Power
Author: Eunice Power
Some of the most important health benefits of stinging nettle include its ability to detoxify the body, improve metabolic efficiency, boost immune health, increase circulation, improve energy levels...

Asparagus - Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Shopping in France when you have eight guests staying can be an intense, frustrating, long and even dramatic experience as happened one day last week. A family in the village of Thezan produce what is simply the best Asparagus around. They sell this from their garage which they have adapted to a small asparagus production with a washer and a sorting machine.

GIY Tomatoes
Author: Michael Kelly
Tomatoes can be difficult to grow well, but I think a proper watering regime is one of the keys to an abundant crop. The secret to watering tomatoes properly is that you need to water 'deep'. A healthy tomato plant is a thirsty beast, supported by a deep root system - so in other words, there's no point in standing there with the hose and spraying the plant or the soil around it with water.

Author: Rachel Gaffney
The famous foodie who's flying the tricolour for us in Texas explains why changing holiday patterns for Americans will be good news for Irish tourism

LitFest Welcome
Author: Aoife Carrigy
Irish Food Writers' Guild Chairperson, Aoife Carrigy gives a participant’s view of LitFest!

Author: Georgina Campbell
Vegetarian or not, many of us are now choosing to eat less meat ('less but better', perhaps) and more plant-based protein. Aside from the health and environmental arguments, one of the great advantages for the cook is that is that it opens up a whole new way of thinking about cooking.

The Purple Onion
Author: Georgina Campbell
Paul Dempsey and Pauline Roe’s almost-Shannonside bar and restaurant has a lovely olde world feeling with dark wood, bric-à-brac and prints and, unusually, it doubles as an art gallery, so original artwork adds interest and charm. But the good food served is the main draw for most of the regulars, and visitors who pile in off their cruisers for dinner or plan a stop when driving out west or heading home after the weekend are sure of a good meal.
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