Posts Tagged ‘drink’

By Manon Gustave For all of 2016, Northern Ireland will be the playing field for food addicts. Every month, a type of food theme will be honored through food trails, markets, beer and food tastings. Restaurants will redouble their efforts to showcase their food skills and the gastronomic potential of Northern Ireland....

By Mark Keane Alan Higgins, the Head Chef of Nautilus in Malahide, sat down with MenuPages to discuss the restaurant’s long awaited re-opening, the key to a perfect dessert, and how to cook a tasty Christmas dinner with none of the stress. Nautilus has been closed for around 6 months due to a fire, what does it mean...

By Katy McGuinness Las Tapas de Lola “We all understand the economic factors that require restaurants to get the most out of their tables, but that has to be balanced with the need to convey a sense of hospitality. In any event, it did not make for much of a welcome, despite the complimentary inch each of tinto...

By Manon Gustave Here’s our second edition of Bite-sized news! And with Christmas nearly upon us this week wasn’t a quiet affair. Fortunately, Menupages is here to pick some highlights you may have missed…  KNORR is looking for its new Top Student Chef Picture: Maura Hickey. Knorr will no longer be synonymous with Marco...

By Manon Gustave Guinness opened to the public today its first experimental Brewery called “Open Gate Brewery”. Professionals will reveal a selection of new Guinness beers from around the World, organise tasting of the great classics of the brand, and add a few comments and some advice too… An interesting programme that...

“To help you understand more about Le Petit Breton I will explain my own background. I was born and grew up in Brittany, France. My father was a chef & restaurateur and my mother grew all the fresh vegetables for the restaurant in the garden of our family home, in a sleepy fishing village in Finistère (‘end of the...

By Manon Gustave These last weeks were full of events and twists. That’s why we decided to recap a few news stories that may have passed you by! Here is our Crisp news to take away:  A new recipe for a Cadbury’s chocolate bar of 90 years old The famous sweets brand decided to change its famous Fruit & Nuts’...

From being the youngest ever Irish chef to earn a Michelin star (and hand it back!) to improving hospital food, or even making world headlines with his spat with a restaurant critic, Oliver Dunne is not one to shy away from controversy.  Here’s some facts you probably didn’t know about the man behind two of...

By Lynn Kuehner Irish Whiskey takes it’s time to become the perfect spirit. But now, after three years of maturation, the first Dingle Whiskey is ready to be ordered and tasted – just in time for Christmas!  The Dingle Distillery on the Corca Dhuibhne coast started the production in 2012. The first drop of Whiskey...

By Manon Gustave From October 20 to 22 the Meeting of the Minds Convention took place in Richmond where are presented most of the innovation born from the creativity of brilliant spirits. During these two days, a Brewery company decided to conduct a blind test in order to present its beer made of...