A week in the country: nature's best, cow parsley and soap
Find out what caught the eye of the Irish Country Living team this week.
20 December 2022 News
Planning a few festive feasts? Don't forget to think before you pour
The 'Think Before You Pour' campaign encourages anyone planning a holiday meal to dispose of fats, oils and greases responsibly, writes Janine Kennedy.
7 December 2022 Recipes
Nessa Robins’' fun festive treats
Home Nurse Nessa Robins shares some fun festive treats; with an extra bit of goodness snuck into the mix.
The evolving world of hospitality education
Janine Kennedy speaks with Professor Una McMahon Beattie, head of Ulster University’s Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management
19 October 2022 Education
Reader Writes: Farm life and creameries from 1900
In this week’s reader writes, David H Moloney, describes life in the early 1900’s. To a small cohort of readers, this will evoke memories but for some younger readers, a different world.
19 October 2022 Features
Adding a punch to your porridge
Add flavour to your porridge with these simple recipes.
15 October 2022 Recipes
Neven Maguire: comforting winter warmers
These classic recipes are suitable for freezing so you can have them on hand to heat up for a comforting meal this winter, writes Neven Maguire.
12 October 2022 Neven
Cooking the books: best cookbooks for kids
With the Great British Bake Off back on our screens, CEO of Children’s Books Ireland Elaina Ryan shares some of her favourite cookbooks for young readers and foodies.
12 October 2022 Features
Back to school, back to the chopping board
September is a busy month, and with colder weather on the horizon, simple but nourishing meals are a must for all the family, writes Naomi Hamilton-O’Donnell.
23 September 2022 Recipes
Crafting the seasons with Lilly Higgins
In an extract from her new book, The Homemade Year, Lilly Higgins shares three autumnal projects to try as the evenings close in.
21 September 2022 Craft
Neven Maguire: stir it up with these snappy stir-fry recipes
These quick and nutritious stir-fry recipes are a good way to pack in some vegetables, writes Neven Maguire.
14 September 2022 Neven
Catch, cook and craic in Howth
Amii McKeever “landed” in Howth Cookery School having never before fished for her dinner, but with chef Sarah Hughes and skipper David Doyle on hand, a fish supper is now totally doable.
17 August 2022 Features