Pokemon-shaped burgers are now a thing... and they're almost too cute to eat
Now you can catch Pokemon and store them in your belly.
Now you can catch Pokemon and store them in your belly.
Bread is dead. At least, that's what the trendspotters would have you believe. Salad bars, 'fast' health food chains and juice bars offering healthy lunch options have slowly taken over Dublin streets, and the average office lunch is now more likely to come wrapped in lettuce...
Having a banana for breakfast isn’t as good for you as you think.
Working as a key player in one of Jamie Oliver's busiest London kitchens might be great for career development and learning new skills, but it's not so great for taking holidays during peak periods. Which is why Irish chef and food blogger Mark O'Brien was taking no chances this year.
There was no time for 'one for the road'. The sudden and untimely death last weekend of Oliver Hughes, publican and co-owner of Lillie's Bordello and the Porterhouse Group, shocked the nation.
Earlier this year, former Pop Idol contestant Gareth Gates made a surprising career change as he launched a range of biodegradable coconut tea bags.
Lidl is recalling its own brand of peanuts because the packaging fails to tell customers they contain possible allergens.
The fanciest of snacks.
Brunch will never be the same again.
It's great to see innovative food producers being showcased as part of SuperValu's Food Academy programme. A joint initiative between SuperValu, Bord Bia and the Local Enterprise Office Network, the national programme has been upping its ante this year, with sales for 2016 expected to double those of 2015.
Watching strangers pop a wild assortment of spots on Youtube has become something of a repulsive internet hobby for millions of people, but an American baker has drawn inspiration from the gross phenomenon.
It seems only right that Galway will be European Region of Gastronomy 2018. The food scene in Ireland's friendliest little city and surrounding county has been making remarkable strides and offers some of the most diverse, creative and thoroughly Irish eating you can hope to experience.
At long last, Skinny Prosecco has arrived in Ireland.
A couple of years ago, a bright spark in LA dreamed up the 'pizza cocktail'. As in, a martini of tomato water, basil-infused vodka and porcini powder topped with a Parmesan and mozzarella foam. Did it work? I can't tell you because the restaurant in question, Trattoria...
It seems that the much-loved Italian staple isn't so bad after all.
The best beer gardens in the capital
Whether you prefer classic 99s or unusual artisan creations, Jillian Bolger has the top spots around the country to get a taste of summer
An innovative New York bar owner has gone a step further in a bid to bring a taste of his native Ireland to his renowned dinner menus, by giving international fare a quirky and traditional Irish twist.
Charlie Haughey’s favourite Dublin restaurant is set to re-open for one night only, but all of the tickets have been snapped up within hours of going on sale.
Cooking with fire is still hot, hot, hot. Argentinian chef and Chef's Table star Francis Mallman's 12-hour demonstration was the hands-down highlight of last month's Kerrygold Ballymaloe Litfest love-in. Meanwhile, John Relihan of Cork's pit-smoked barbecue restaurant, Holy Smoke (right), is one of Fáilte Ireland's latest Food Champions - joining an eclectic bunch that includes Gabriel Faherty of Inis Mór's Aran...
Last Monday, at a ceremony in the Cipriani ballroom on Wall Street in New York, Massimo Bottura's Osteria Francescana in Modena was declared the best restaurant in the world.
Brioche of Ranelagh will take inspiration from Lambay Island just north of Howth Head for a tasting dinner (Wednesday June 22). The event will celebrate the island's unique habitat - and specifically its inhabitants, such as grass-reared beef and sheep, and wild rabbits...
It may be grey skies at Taste of Dublin 2016, but things are certainly heating up in Iveagh Gardens. The festival kicks off today and with more than 25 restaurants from around the country pitched up, there’s plenty of feasting to be done. Here are the top things you should...
Children are being deliberately targeted by high-fat and high-sugar food and drinks companies on social media, a major report reveals today.
The countdown is on for Taste of Dublin 2016, which kicks off this weekend (June 16-19) in the Iveagh Gardens. While the festival offers revellers the chance to visit some of Ireland’s best-loved restaurants in one evening, Taste of Dublin is also the place to pick up tips from...
Japan’s first ‘naked restaurant’ is set to open its doors in Tokyo next month, but only guests within a certain weight range will be welcome inside.
There’s just one week to go until Taste of Dublin returns to the Iveagh Gardens and this year’s festival has a lot in store for dedicated revellers.
Dublin’s dessert heaven Aungier Danger has launched a seasonal treat just in time for this week’s expected sunny skies- a 99 with a deep-fried doughnut cone.
The eleventh annual Taste of Dublin kicks off on June 16 and with more than 25 restaurants from around the country pitched up in Iveagh Gardens, there’s plenty of feasting to be done. But when your belly's full (as it undoubtedly will be) there is so much more to do at...
A food blogger has invented what could be the cocktail of the summer - the Jagerbomb ice cream float.
The eleventh annual Taste of Dublin kicks off on June 16 and with more than 25 restaurants from around the country pitched up in Iveagh Gardens, there’s plenty of feasting to be done.
We’re all partial to a cup of coffee (or five), but how much do you really know about our daily caffeine fix?
Doughnuts and designer handbags are just some of the items found at the best shops in Dublin.
Your barista leaving a cute little heart or snowflake drawing on your coffee is impressive enough, but imagine collecting your cup to find anything from the Mona Lisa to a selfie printed on the surface?
A gluten-free diet should be avoided unless you have been diagnosed by a medical professional with coeliac disease, warns a leading expert.
Domini Kemp wants to make something very clear. The cookbook that the restaurateur and food writer has just co-authored with nutritionist Patricia Daly is designed to help those suffering from cancer, or in remission, to make sensible food choices and support conventional...
With over 43,000 gluten-intolerant people in Ireland, and more coeliac products than ever on our shelves, here are five of the best places to eat gluten free in the city centre.
Many of the flavoured yoghurts available in supermarkets contain more sugar than chocolate biscuits and other junk food favourites, a new study has pinpointed.
Upon ordering a burger in a fast food chain, diners might have already come to terms with the fact there is a very slim chance of horse meat lurking under that tomato.
Intensive farming and climate change will eradicate coffee beans by the end of the century, scientists have predicted.
Pulled pork is passé and curly kale is so 2014 - for a growing number of Irish diners, keeping up with the latest and most innovative food trends is now a way of life.
Anyone who ever needed a reason to justify inhaling a good doughnut can rest easy because today marks the beginning of National Doughnut Week and it would be an awful shame not to celebrate.
Rumour has it that Ireland will be hotter than Ibiza this weekend as temperatures get set to reach peaks of 24C. And what better way to soak up the sunshine than in one of Ireland’s best seaside beer gardens?
Throughout the past six weeks Philip Boucher Hayes has been exposing the horrible truth about Ireland’s favourite foods but as the nation looks towards our future, it seems creepy crawlies might one day become a viable dinner option in homes around the country.
The leader of an organis-ation representing Jews across the world has asked the Michelin travel guide to evaluate Israeli restaurants with its famous rating system, implying that the decision to omit the country may be political.
Making food look good in photographs is harder than it looks.
Over 30,000 foodies will gobble their way through some of Ireland's finest cuisine when the Taste of Dublin returns to the capital in June.
The Iveagh Gardens will transform into the ultimate foodie destination for four days of eating, drinking and entertainment between June 16 and 19 as Taste of Ireland returns for 2016.
You might know fugu, the toxic puffer fish that was once the subject of an episode of The Simpsons.
There's a new gin on the market that claims to reverse the signs of ageing.
The typical Western diet doesn’t incorporate an awful lot of sea vegetables, but sushi and Asian-style restaurants often the only available options when eating out, and plenty of good supermarkets do sell sushi-making kits.