Try an Indian breakfast recipe with Darina Allen

To celebrate Holi, the festival of colour and love- a piece on India.

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Are you drinking out of the right wine glass?

To help you get the most out of your stemware, we size up the best shape for your favourite sip, says Sam Wylie-Harris.

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Cookbook review: The Flexible Pescatarian by Jo Pratt

It’s time to cook some fish, discovers Ella Walker.

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4 things you need to know about matcha, the form of green tea that’s getting a lot of buzz

Liz Connor takes a dive into the pea-coloured drink that’s proving popular on Instagram.

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Local & fresh: The Currabinny Cooks put cauliflower on the plate

IN the deep dark winters, sometimes the only thing that will do is a soothing, warming, creamy cauliflower cheese. It is this dish more than any other that has cemented ...

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Wine with Leslie Williams: Focus on Languedoc

This week I want to focus on the wines of the Languedoc which covers a vast area of vineyards growing both varietal wines to suit international tastes but also quirky ...

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Restaurant Review: Sublimely tasty food at Monk’s Lane in Cork

Joe McNamee heads to Monk's Lane in Cork to sample the old country pub.

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Bake: Simple Yorkshire puddings and apple batter bake

Michelle Darmody whips up a storm with yorkshire puddings.

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Bite size: Clever ways to turn your child into a veggie lover

IT has just occurred to bestselling author Aileen Cox Blundell that the initials of her new book (Baby-Friendly Family Cookbook) are BFF, or ‘Best Friends ...

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The Menu: The latest news from the world of food

Joe McNamee plates up the latest in food news.

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The Cork businesses that were big winners at the World Restaurant Awards

The World Restaurant Awards celebrated two Irish restaurants, both of them from Cork: Paradiso for its locally sourced ingredients, and Ballymaloe for its iconic ...

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This is what happened when three time-strapped home cooks tackled Mary Berry’s Quick Cooking

Mary Berry’s latest cookbook is all about whipping up dinner, fast. We put three recipes to the test…

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Try Darina Allen's bacon and cabbage recipe ahead of Patrick’s Day

You can't beat it.

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Three recipes from Mary Berry’s new book, Quick Cooking

From Crumble Fish Pie, Glazed Chilli Coriander Chicken or Rice Noodle and Vegetable Stir-Fry, there are many recipes perfect for a fast, satisfying supper.

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Weekend Food with Darina Allen: How Ballymaloe creates that award winning dessert trolley

The original idea was simple: Try to do something different, something that celebrates the restaurant world in a new, more relevant and entertaining way, awards ...

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The Currabinny Cooks: Local and fresh

We have always believed that some of the best things when it comes to food and eating are right there under our noses.

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Wine with Leslie Williams: The two very distinctive categories of wine

The world of wine falls into two very distinct categories — the big brands making easy drinking accessible wines to please as many as possible, and the smaller ...

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Meet our new food columnists: Currabinny's James Kavanagh and William Murray

They won Cookbook of the Year for their compilation of recipes inspired by local ingredients. James Kavanagh and William Murray – the duo behind Currabinny ...

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Restaurant Review: Bart’s Bar, 7 South William Street, Dublin 2

On a warm summer evening in June 2016, I ate a wonderfully satisfying meal in Boqueria Tapas restaurant in Stoneybatter, which I wrote up for this page.

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Meet our new food columnists: Currabinny's James Kavanagh and William Murray

They won Cookbook of the Year for their compilation of recipes inspired by local ingredients. James Kavanagh and William Murray – the duo behind Currabinny ...

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Bake with Michelle Darmody: Baking with seeds can provide us with nourishment

Seeds contain the beginnings of a plant or tree, they are tiny capsules of life that when nourished grow and expand.

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The Menu: Food news with Joe McNamee

Food news with Joe McNamee.

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Meet our new food columnists: Currabinny’s James Kavanagh and William Murray

They won Cookbook of the Year for their compilation of recipes inspired by local ingredients. James Kavanagh and William Murray – the duo behind Currabinny ...

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Chef Tim Anderson: ‘There may be no place more magical than a Tokyo convenience store’

Ella Walker chats to the restaurateur about his new cookbook, Tokyo Stories, a culinary love letter to the buzzing Japanese city.

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Nashville: Why the Music City is grooving to a foodie beat

Nashville’s food scene is running at an all-time high. James Callery samples some of the city’s finest grub.

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Don’t just ditch the chocolate: 11 positive food habits to pick up for lent

See it as an opportunity, not simply 40 days of deprivation.

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Michelle Darmody: How to make the most out of Pancake Tuesday

I still look forward to Pancake Tuesday, even as an adult. In some parts of the world the day is celebrated as Mardi Gras, a blast of fun before a period of abstinence ...

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Wine with Leslie Williams: Focus on an underappreciated grape

This week I’m focusing on Garnacha/Grenache, arguably the most important grape in France and Spain yet also a grape that is less known than it should be given ...

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Review: The best Indian food in Ireland at Pickle

Pickle Restaurant, 3 Camden Street, Dublin 2. 01 555 7755;

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How to eat right after having a baby

Derval O'Rourke This week is my last week writing for a little while, so I’ll be covering a topic that is relevant to my break from my column. For my recipe ...

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The Menu: Farm to Fork the place to get a taste of West Cork

The Celtic Ross Farm to Fork (March 22& 23) experience, in the Rosscarbery-based hotel, in West Cork begins with an welcoming arrival

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How to make Saira Hamilton’s tehari – spicy beef and rice biryani

Hearty, fragrant and filling.

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How to make Saira Hamilton’s aloo bortha – spicy mashed potato

It’s a carb-on-carb fest.

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Bangladeshi food is worth getting to know, says former MasterChef finalist Saira Hamilton

In her new book, My Bangladesh Cookbook, the chef and food writer shares recipes from her childhood. Ella Walker finds out more.

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Real Bread Week: These are the wellbeing benefits of baking your own loaf

The sense of achievement can do so much, finds Ella Walker.

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Michelle Darmody: Baking with Sugar paste flowers

WHAT better way to celebrate the onset of spring than with flowers. At this time of year daffodils are peeping through the earth and splashing gardens and roadsides ...

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Winelist: Piedmont in Northern Italy

I was asked recently what wine region I would most like to live in full-time and after a few moments thought I surprised myself by choosing not Burgundy or Provence ...

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The Menu: Bringing you the highlights of the food world

Food news with Joe McNamee

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Darina Allen: Marmalade is not just for your toast or scones

THE last few weeks have been a frenzy of marmalade-making. Julia, and her team in the Farmers Market kitchen here at the Ballymaloe Cookery School, have been slicing ...

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Restaurant review: Uno Mas

JUST one more. The Spanish phrase ‘uno mas’ rather rolls off the tongue and is the perfect name for the second restaurant from the couple behind Etto ...

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Toasting the Oscars? 6 award-winning wines to mark the occasion

Polish up your best stemware and pop the cork on something suitably trophy-worthy, says Sam Wylie-Harris.

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Derval O'Rourke gets behind the science of those Operation Transformation weighing scales

This week I’m chatting about metabolic age testing which has been a big feature on Operation Transformation this year and which is something lots of members ...

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