Tag Archive: Ireland

Foodie Tales: Do you know the Cupcake Bloke?

Having garnered a cult following in Dublin, Graham Herterich talks to David Corscadden about the popularity of his stand on Coppinger Row and his use of unusual flavours in his cupcakes. Gone are… Continue reading

Floral Discoveries in Woods

With the fantastic weather we have been having lately it has finally began to feel like summer and I for one could not be more happy. Spring is a fantastic time to get… Continue reading

Foodie Tales: Dublin’s Pop Up Stars

On the back of an extremely successful 2014 that saw Dublin Pop Up take the Irish food world by storm, David Corscadden talks to one of the masterminds behind it, Cúán Greene, about… Continue reading

Foodie Tales: The Nation’s Nicest Chef

On the back of an impressive year that has seen him travel the world doing cooking demos and release his eleventh cookbook, Neven Maguire sits down with David Corscadden to talk all things… Continue reading

Can you make a Super Garden?

FOR MANY GARDENERS, the June Bank Holiday weekend marks not only an extended weekend that can be spent enjoying their green space but it also marks the annual trip to the Phoenix Park… Continue reading

Foodie Tales: No Bake Baking

Established as one of the top food stylists in Ireland and having released her own cookbook, Sharon Hearne-Smith sits down with David Corscadden to talk food, no bake baking and James Bond movies.… Continue reading

Foodie Tales: No longer just a Kitchen Hero

Having firmly placed himself as the burning star of the new Irish food scene, Donal Skehan talks to David Corscadden about his passion for Irish cooking and his hectic year Having just returned from a… Continue reading

Foodie Tales on Beyond The Wild Garden

Over the past couple of months, as many of you know, I have been working in the University Observer as the Deputy Editor for the year. As part of my work there I… Continue reading

The First Day Of Spring

It is the first of February which marks the official start of Spring. For me this marks the start of one of the funnest and busiest times in the plant world. In the… Continue reading

The First Sign of Spring

Many gardeners will have noticed spring slowly creeping in to their gardens over the past few weeks; as plants start to form small buds full of hope for the coming months. For me… Continue reading