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Meet The Maker: artist and illustrator Linda Schaefer
Maria Moynihan
In this week’s Meet The Maker, Maria Moynihan talks to Co Kildare-based artist and illustrator Linda Schaefer of Wild Paper Studio
17 May 2022 Recipes
Make these classic bakewell buns for an afternoon treat
Crisp, jammy bottoms and a soft sponge topping - what's not to love? Janine Kennedy writes
14 May 2022 News
Food news: grow with Aldi
Twenty-four new Irish suppliers will have their products hit shelves in Aldi on 19 May.
Stream on: what to watch this weekend
Both in terms of free offerings and paid subscriptions, there is plenty of good television material available to stream on demand this weekend.
13 May 2022 Living Life
The great resignation? No! it’s actually the great re-evaluation
Major life decisions are often made as a result of following the lead of peers and parents. A farming career is pretty much dependent on this but will young people re-evaluate?
11 May 2022 Amii
Woodturning a 1963 Fordson Super Dexta tractor
Woodturner Tom Larkin made his first lathe in college. Now, from unusual items to rocking horses and tractors, he turns his hand to all sorts. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
11 May 2022 Features
Events: summer is coming
With summer gradually getting underway, there are plenty of events happening and things to get out and do around the country, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
11 May 2022 Living Life
Mary’s Garden: train a laburnum arch
Is there an early summer sight more glorious than a well-fashioned laburnum arch? Mary Keenan thinks not.
11 May 2022 Gardening
Proof some consumers willing to pay more for food that supports farmers
Cheap food is a myth, we are simply not paying the true cost of food but there are models out there giving options to consumers and they are taking them.
11 May 2022 News
A week in the country: surf and turf
Find out what piqued the interest of the ICL team this week in the country.
11 May 2022 Features
Munster edged out in cruel finale
Toulouse came out on top in an epic Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final to set up a showdown with Leinster, writes Denis Hurley.
11 May 2022 Sport
Investigating your food: is it key to keep things simple?
To help create food-secure communities, do we need to adopt a more basic concept? Janine Kennedy investigates.
11 May 2022 News