Watch: This peanut noodle salad is full of fresh Thai flavours
Janine Kennedy
A perfect balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy - this salad has it all, writes Janine Kennedy.
15 March 2022 Neven
Neven Maguire: the whole bird
When it comes to making a dinner spread, you can't go too far wrong with a classic roast chicken. It is a favourite among kids and adults alike, writes Neven Maguire.
9 March 2022 News
IFA poultry meeting hears calls to ‘hold processors to account’
The IFA has said that processors must now put pressure on retailers to pay more for food, as the IFA has already successfully negotiated price increases with retailers.
IFA calls stakeholders to poultry crisis meeting in Co Cork
The IFA has said that an extra 15c per chicken may not be enough to leave farmers with the margin they need to cover rising input costs.
7 March 2022 News
Co-ops and processors on EPA priority site list
The agriculture and food "sectors must improve if Ireland is to support its green image of sustainable food and drink production", according to the EPA.
4 March 2022 News
Rare breed chickens and pygmy goats
A young farmer in Donegal is taking an untraditional approach to agriculture.
26 February 2022 News
Home Nurse: taking care of cold sores
Home Nurse Nessa Robins shares two recipes suitable for those suffering from cold sores.
23 February 2022 Recipes
Our machines: tractors, diggers, ploughs, dozers, a dumper and a vintage combine
Young Adam Doran wants to be a contractor like his father when he grows up. That means doing a lot of work on other people’s land including a lot of drainage work.
18 February 2022 News
New Centra for Irish expats in Qatar
Rumblings from the Musgraves team in Dubai this week suggest a Centra is in the works for the Middle Eastern country Qatar.
16 February 2022 Dealer
My Farming Week: Seán Ring, Rings Farm, Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny
Organic poultry farmer Seán Ring produces 1,000 birds a week on his farm in Castlecomer.
16 February 2022 News
IFA to continue protests at Dunnes Stores overnight
IFA president Tim Cullinan said Dunnes Stores cannot continue to ignore the 'very difficult' situation at farm level.
14 February 2022 News
IFA to 'escalate protests' unless action is taken on price
Niamh Gunn and Tommy Moyles report from the IFA protests in Cork and Monaghan.
14 February 2022 News