Food & Drink

What’s in a name?

The relationship between sex and food may have been taken too far by Dublin restaurant Happy Endings

Food and sexual activities have always been linked. Whether it is through the medium of aphrodisiacs or branding used by bars and restaurants to entice couples, it is hard not to see the relationship between food and sex. But one

Food & Drink

It’s all about those buns

Bob McLarnon reviews the pastries at Hong Kong Taste

Bakeries are quite possibly where I am happiest on earth. For a few serene seconds, you are bathed in beautiful scents and surrounded by warm colours as you gaze at plump buns, blooming loaves, and tempting desserts. In choice spots,

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Foraging in Dublin

Alfie Fletcher breaks down how to swap supermarket plastic for leafy greens

When you live in a big city like Dublin, it can be difficult to reconnect to nature. Foraging, however, can be a solution. Instead of driving to a supermarket to put a plastic-wrapped vegetable into a plastic bag, try foraging,

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Fuelling up this exam season

Tips and tricks on how to survive a pandemic study season; habit-tracking, rewarding yourself, and fuelling your body.

This article contains specific references to eating and food habits.

As the academic year comes to a close, we face the annual hurdle of examinations and end-of-term assignments. This year, having spent over 365 days now in a pandemic, most

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Making: Pomegranate sorbet

Prepare for summer with refreshing sugary ice

Whenever I told people I was making pomegranate sorbet, it always garnered the same response: a mixture of admiration and curiosity. Incidentally, this is the kind of reaction I seek in every interaction I have with others.  But in this