I’m learning more about wine in 2017, and it helps with a bottle like the Vin de France Vin Rouge and getting to chat about with with Pascal Rossignol of Le Caveau.
Chefs Table season 3 is on the way to Netflix, but who’s stories will we be hearing and who’s dishes will we end up pining for?
The one where I chat with Dublin Barista School’s James McCormack all about the Ninth Degree Coffee subscription service.
From craft beer to mussels, books and wine to some of the country’s top restaurants – the 2017 festival circuit has plenty on offer.
Take a look at the lineup for the 2017 Ballymaloe Litfest, with tickets going on sale in January.
Shredded Pork? Slow cooked Ham? Try this easy eight-hour slow cook recipe, all prepped in your favourite cola.
I catch up with Pascal from Le Caveau to chat about our Wine of the Week and all things organic and biodynamic in the world of wine for Christmas.
Pick up on some Christmas gift ideas for the food lover in your life, with an emphasis on shopping local this time of year. Bonus points if you’re living in or near Kilkenny.
Kilkenny artist Alan Raggett returns to the world of painting with his first gallery show in nine years – Undertow. Take a listen to our chat about all things skulls, seascapes and more.
Find out about what’s happening in the world of craft beer and home brewing in Kilkenny with some festive brews thrown in for good measure.
There’s plenty of winter-themed festivals and events catering for food lovers with nibbles aplenty in Kilkenny, Waterford, Galway and Cork for starters.
Looking for a quick and easy homemade bread recipe, with essentially two key ingredients? Try this tasty oat and yoghurt bread to start.
23 year old Dungarvan student Maeve Walsh, Chef de Partie at Restaurant FortyOne at Residence, has been named Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year.
Eight Degrees Brewing in Cork are unleashing ‘The Three Dukes of Burgundy’ including an ale, imperial stout and barleywine for 2016.
Looking for cookbooks this Christmas? I chat to Francis Nesbitt to get some of his best picks of 2016.
Fine dining with a twist – the twist being that your dining experience is a ‘flight’ some one hundred feet in the air in London.
Check out the full list of vendors for new Dublin initiative The Eatyard, next to The Bernard Shaw.
The inaugural Food Awards Ireland took place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dublin Airport, on 21 November recognising restaurants and producers from all corners of the country.
If you loved Parlour Games, you’ll love Jackrabbit, bound for a Dublin return on 26 November with a five course menu for the pop up restaurant night.
For 2016, it looks like the best cheese in the world is now a 12-month aged blue cheese from Norway, as revealed at the International Cheese Festival in San Sebastian.