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Tasting Wexford with the IFWG

The sun shone on IFWG members as we gathered for our summer outing to Wexford in August. We chose that area as a destination because the county has been working on developing a food...


Read: The Examiner | You shall have a fishy, in a little dishy

Aishling Moore, chef-owner of Cork’s sustainable fish restaurant Goldie is passionate about introducing piscine delights to the next generation. On the first Wednesday of every month, children – accompanied by their grown ups – get to eat fish for free.


Butter Boy by Paul Flynn

Butter Boy is a most excellent name for a cookbook, and the contents more than live up to the billing. Paul Flynn’s fifth book, a collection of three years of his Irish Times columns,...


Read: The Examiner | Yoga Retreats: Nourishing body, mind and tastebuds

Yoga retreats that focus on good food: chef Erica Drum talks about cooking for the Yoga Feed retreats that she runs with yoga teacher Lucybloom Webb and how hands-on cooking classes have now become an essential part of the weekend. Five other yoga retreats where you can flex and feed.

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Euro-Toques Food Awards 2023

There were brilliant blue skies for the Euro-Toques Food Awards 2023 at Wexford’s Dunbrody Country House Hotel on Monday, where the best of Irish food producers were celebrated by the chefs who use their...


Read: Irish Examiner | Happy Tummy Co is a real breadwinner

Passionate about working with small producers and small farms, Karen O’Donoghue of the The Happy Tummy Company in Westport uses Irish-grown heritage wheat grains, free range, pasture-raised eggs from the regenerative Mad Yolk Farm, Highbank Orchards’ organic apple cider vinegar and Achill sea salt “because you do notice the difference.”