Posts Tagged ‘Event’

By Mark Keane When you think of Christmas time, you think of Santa, reindeer, roast turkey, presents, and of course chocolate, lots of chocolate. The original purveyors of happiness, Butlers Chocolate, have all your chocolate needs covered this Christmas. It’s easy to get lost in dreams of cocoa beans, Bailey’s...

By Mark Keane Ruth Lappin, the 2015 winner of Euro-Toques Young Chef of the year, sat down with MenuPages and discussed the Euro-Toque competition, Irish cuisine, and her budding career. From Laois to New York, this exciting new Irish Chef has honed her skills at the likes of WD~50, and is currently working in the...

By Mark Keane This coming weekend, starting at 5pm Friday, The Bernard Shaw in Portobello, will be hosting the Jameson Black Barrel Craft Market in association with Bodytonic. The event will celebrate Irish craft makers, giving them the opportunity to showcase their skills and exhibit their artisan products. There...

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’...

By Lynn Kuehner It’s not the first time he did it. To be specific, it’s the sixth time! Donal Skehan published a new cookbook which is in shelves since the end of October. “Fresh” is full of simple, delicious recipes to make you feel energised: for breakfasts and snacks as well as food on the run, quick cook suppers...

By Lynn Kuehner The rooms at Soder&Ko were full of excitement this Monday afternoon, while the five finalists of the Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year 2015 competition were preparing their dishes in the kitchen. The theme of this year’s competition is “Origins of Contemporary Irish Cooking”. After a glass of prosecco...

 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 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...