Food Stories

Religion, the secret ingredient in Irish cookery

Jp McMahon considers the foods that his fellow countrymen eat and don’t eat, thanks to the Church Religion, the secret ingredient in Irish cookery

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Lemons

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Lemons

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook cucumbers

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen
From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook cucumbers

Soda bread isn’t as Irish as you think

In the Irish Cookbook, the chef and scholar Jp McMahon digs deep into his country’s varied baking traditions Soda bread isn’t as Irish as you think

The Turkish Cookbook wins at the André Simon Awards

Author Musa Dagdeviren received a Special Commendation for his groundbreaking book in London earlier this week The Turkish Cookbook wins at the André Simon Awards

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Carrots

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen  From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Carrots

Jp McMahon is on a mission to make fish fun

The Irish Cookbook author has a hunch why seafood isn’t so popular in the Emerald Isle (and a few tricks to turn things around) Jp McMahon is on a mission to make fish fun

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Blueberries

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Blueberries

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook Globe Artichokes

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook Globe Artichokes

How the New Nordic brought back foraging in Ireland

In the Irish Cookbook, Jp McMahon writes that the stigma of picking your own food persisted for generations after the potato famine How the New Nordic brought back foraging in Ireland

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