Archive for: October, 2015

By Lynn Kuehner   Magnus Nilsson is one of the 686 inhabitants of a place called Mörsil in the middle of Sweden. He has a wife, three children and dog. He likes to go hunting, particularly for black grouse. Furthermore, Nilsson is the headchef at the restaurant Fäviken, which is the 25th best restaurant in the world....

 By Richard Magnier The Rugby World Cup is currently in full swing in England, where twenty of the world’s established and most promising Rugby Union teams clash once again. Coincidentally, many of these countries have a history of wine and spirit production, providing the opportunity to sip on the national beverage...

My first food memory? I spend a few childhood years in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where I was exposed to a plethora of culinary experiences from around the globe. The stand out memory has to be going for brunch. Friday was the sabbath, and all of us ‘westerners’ would convene in our compound. I can remember how excited I...

 By Lynn Kuehner This weekend, from 9th to 11th October, the Smithfield & Stoneybatter Business Association is having the inaugural Food Festival, Food In The City with an exciting and well-packed programme! This part of Dublin has ever had a close relation to food and drink traditions and now they have created a...

 By Lynn Kuehner When it comes to alcohol, the Irish are globally known for Guinness-beer and Jameson-Whiskey. If someone asked you for a typical Irish cocktail you’d probably be highly confused and come up with something like a Jaegerbomb. Thank God, the Dublin Cocktail Festival is going to change this “miserable”...

 By Lynn Kuehner  Travelling always goes along with exploring foreign cuisines and food traditions. Recently, food tourism is a booming business in Ireland, combining short history lessons with delicious tastings of traditional and contemporary Irish food trends.  Food tourism is not only for tourists, locals can also...

 By Des Doyle With the opening of independent craft beer breweries in recent years, such as The 5 Lamps Brewery or J. W. Sweetman, the popularity of craft beer threatens in some ways to dethrone big-name brands of the beer industry, or at least take a large bite out of the market share. Running in tandem with the...

By Lynn Kuehner Short before Halloween, the City of Dublin is going to be a dark, dangerous and deadly place where no one is safe but everyone in big fear. The reason? Dracula. The fourth annual Bram Stoker Festival is on from 23rd to 26th October. Numerous events will take place all over the city, including a...

By Lynn Kuehner From Tuesday 17th September to Saturday 4th October, Georges Dock in the IFSC Docklands was the place to be for everyone who likes German beer and food – and for anyone who just wanted to have a good time. Starting at 12 p.m. every day Bratwurst, Leberkäs, Pretzels and Schmalzkuchen were served as well...

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