Food & Drink

Two years on from his death, Anthony Bourdain’s television and writing still captivates

Famous chef Anthony Bourdain left an indelible mark not only on the food industry, but on the cultural landscape as we know it

The late Anthony Bourdain once wrote that there is nothing more political than food: who’s eating, and who’s not eating? In his long and lucrative career, Bourdain wrote several books, among them Kitchen Confidential and The Nasty Bits, which unearthed

Food & Drink

Terrific Tapas at Cava

Dublin’s new tapas restaurant you won’t stop talking about

Tapas is a classic holiday food favourite, though it can be difficult to find authentic versions outside Spain. With places like Salamanca and Tapas de Lola seen as popular options in Dublin, is there a justification for another restaurant offering

Food & Drink

“Empty pantry” lentil soup

Sara Magid details a classic recipe for a ‘we have nothing in the fridge and I’m starving’ kind of dish


1 large white onion

1 large carrot

2 garlic cloves

3 small tomatoes

1 cup of red lentils

3 cups of water

1 teaspoon cumin

1.5 teaspoons of salt

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 teaspoon dried coriander (optional)


Food & Drink

Dublin’s ultimate kebabs

From freshly made flatbreads to cheap and cheerful, Seán McElroy investigates what Dublin’s kebab scene can offer

Kebabs have long suffered from a reputation as the 4am feed of the drunk and desperate. This stigma should be not be accepted too hastily. The basis for a kebab, as pieces of meat, fish, or vegetables roasted spit and