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Why Good Irish Whiskey Should Be A Story In A Glass: Forbes.com

Why this is the butter you should be buying: Arizona Republic

Five great Irish whiskeys for Christmas: The Irish Times

When in Ireland, savoring the Irish breakfast: Philadelphia Inquirer

'A horrible thing to do to whiskey': why you'll never see Baileys in my shopping basket: Daily Telegraph

A new type of potato has been developed in Northern Ireland... and it's PURPLE: Belfast Live

The great Irish whiskey bubble?: Sunday Independent

Road to ruin – a gin tour of Northern Ireland: The Guardian

Corned Beef, Guinness And ... Blaa? The Irish Bread You Never Knew About: Alabama Public Radio

Why are millions of Irish-Americans serving corned beef on St Patrick's Day?: The Irish Times

Pól Ó Conghaile – Northern Ireland is ditching stereotypes to dish up a feast of food and drink: Sunday Independent

Ireland and the spud go hand-in-hand, but they're in decline. Myth they're fattening is damaging: TheJournal.ie

Toast St. Patrick's Day with Ireland's original spirit: Toronto Globe and Mail

A New Day of the Buttered Bread Has Dawned: New York Times

Try slice of heavenly Irish soda bread: Boston Herald

Hearty Sandwiches Are Dublin's Answer to a Recession: New York Times

Bell urges Americans to try soda bread in NI food campaign: The News Letter

New Jameson a lot like the old Jameson, but with a few twists: Chicago Tribune

Irish cuisine evolves to include nettles, gluten-free snacks and lime-tequila marmalade: The Irish Times

Spirit of Hennessy's Irish heritage infuses cognac-maker's ambitions: The Irish Times

A glass apart – Charting the rise of Irish single pot whiskey: Irish Independent

What's brewing – There's more to Irish beer than Guinness: Toronto Star

Irish whiskey – Government moves to stop foreign spirit production: BBC

How Ireland built a cheese movement: BBC

Italian viewers tune in to Irish food: Irish Examiner

In Ireland, Milk Chocolate Reigns: New York Times

After languishing, Irish whiskey is showing a revival spirit: San Francisco Chronicle

Guinness goes vegan – Stout agrees to stop using animal bladders in brewing process for first time in 256 years: Daily Telegraph

Upscale eateries bring closing time to Irish pubs: New York Post

Guinness goes vegan – Stout agrees to stop using animal bladders in brewing process for first time in 256 years: Daily Telegraph

There's gold in them there stills – An Irishman's Diary about the great whiskey revival: The Irish Times

Six O'Clock Solution – Classic comfort food from Ireland: Montreal Gazette

Restaurants in Ireland – dine out the Irish way: Daily Telegraph

Upper East Side joint serving city's first Irish beef since 1998: New York Post

The Pogues launch their new Irish whiskey in London: Irish Post

A taste of seasonal food in Ireland this autumn: TheGuardian.com

In Southeast Ireland, a Culinary and Coastal Destination: New York Times

Why Have We Fallen Back In Love With Irish Whiskey?: Daily Beast

A taste of Ireland – Discover the foodie haven of Kinsale: Daily Express, October 11, 2014

Donegal man takes a pop at US market with 'artisan' craft soda: Sunday Independent

Best Irish Whiskey – 6 Bottles for St. Patrick's Day: Forbes.com

Origins of Irish soda bread come from America: MyWebTimes.com

Irish whiskey industry launches fresh assault on Scotland's dominance: The Guardian, December 13, 2013

New whiskey stills in Dublin after 125 years: Irish Independent

Irish whiskey brand makes comeback 80 years after Prohibition: The Irish Times, January 23, 2014

Irish whiskey renaissance – 'The water of life' is back... Sláinte!: Independent on Sunday

From monks and ancient wells to reviving Dublin whiskey: Sunday Independent

A taste of Ireland: Napa Valley Register

Northern Ireland's foodie rebirth: Daily Telegraph

Irish Soda Bread: Arizona Republic

Got a little Irish in you?: The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, April 17, 2014

Drenagh: County Londonderry stately home goes into administration: BBC

Whiskey makers in high spirits as US sales take off: Irish Independent

There Really Is Good Food In Ireland -- And It's Coming To The U.S.: Forbes.com

The untold story of Ireland – Poitín: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Irish Boxty Potatoes: NBC Connecticut

Let's go back to our roots and unearth our love for spuds: Evening Herald

The Lynch mob: The Irish Times

Green beer celebrates a century: Philadelphia Daily News

Why Guinness is less Irish than you think: The Economist

Return of the king – Irish whiskey on the rise, aiming to rise above bar-shot status: Dallas Morning News

Darina Allen feeds the renaissance in Irish cuisine: Boston Globe

Spirits: Irish whiskey is going 'through the roof': Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Dining in Dublin, From Boxty to Blaa: New York Times

New distillery to be first in Dublin for 125 years: Irish Examiner

Two Deluxe Irish Whiskies Arrive In US: Forbes.com

How to bake the perfect soda bread: The Guardian

In the footsteps of Father Ted – Gourmet taste of Ireland in the real Craggy Island: Sunday Express

Why You're Drinking Irish Whiskey All of a Sudden: Esquire

Waterford blaa awarded special status by EU: The Irish Times

My favourite Irish food – Boxty: The Irish Times

Moody Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey Ad Is A Glass Act: Huffington Post

It's a mash hit at home and boasts worldwide a-peel: Belfast Telegraph, April 25, 2013

The mighty potato: The Irish Times

Tullamore D.E.W. returns to birthplace: Irish Examiner

I'll take my Guinness with a twist! The heartwarming new advert for Ireland's black gold that comes with a surprise ending: Daily Mail

Ireland has a rich whiskey heritage: Montreal Gazette

Uncorked – Irish geese roots run deep in wine history: Anniston Star

Bushmills was the toast of the G8 Summit: The News Letter

G8 leaders dine on Northern Ireland delicacies: BBC

The politics of potatoes: The Irish Times, March 14, 2013

The historic town of Carrickfergus is home to one of the most warm and welcoming pub restaurants in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

An ode to Ireland – Irish life maintains the wonderful tradition of the local pub: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"Founding Fathers" Sought For New Irish Distillery -- Personal Cask Included -- As Irish Whiskey Market Soars: Forbes.com

'US banned my spuds so I built up a £1m Keogh's empire' – How Irish potato farmer tasted success with shamrock and sour cream crisps: Daily Mail

Famine Lumpers on the menu and in shops: The Irish Times

Whole Wheat Irish Soda Bread With Bulgur: New York Times

Become a toast master during a whiskey tour of Ireland: Chicago Tribune

Jameson a global hit: Evening Herald

In Ireland, Crisps (Potato Chips!) Are Going Bananas: Forbes.com

Irish whiskey: the brown jewel of the Emerald Isle: FoxNews.com

I'll drink to that – Irish whiskey lifts singer: Irish Independent

The mystery at the heart of the perfect pint: The Irish Times, May 31, 2012

Gourmet 'knighthood' for top chef Neven Maguire: Irish Independent

World goes Gaga for Irish whiskey: Sunday Independent

Irish restaurateur wins award for bouncing back after Hurricane Irene: The Irish Times

My Favorite Irish Whiskey Is Back – And Better Than Ever: Forbes.com

Sláinte! Wine – Another Irish Triumph: Irish America

Irish whiskey enjoys renaissance as world's fastest growing spirit: Irish Examiner

'Willy Wonka of sausages' knighted by foodie order: Irish Independent

New distillery sees Tullamore Dew return to roots after 60-year absence: Irish Examiner

This St. Patrick's Day, Explore Irish Whiskey: Seattle Weekly

Irish Coffee, American Ingenuity: New York Times

Corned beef and cabbage – Ireland says, no, thank you: Los Angeles Times

Irish potato granted special regional status under EU law: Daily Mirror

Foraging for wild mushrooms in west Wicklow: The Irish Times, September 22, 2011

New Irish stout rivals Guinness: MassLive.com

Irish moonshine, poitín, on its way to the United States: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Review – Guinness Black Lager: Boston Globe

Blaa to rank among best things since sliced bread: The Irish Times

Sorry, sir, your pot of plum jam is a terror risk – Food writer banned from taking homemade conserves with him on the plane: Daily Mail

Two Unique Irish Whiskies To Try This Year!: Forbes

Tullamore could see famous whiskey return: The Irish Times

Guinness settles on St James's Gate: The Irish Times

Jameson exports set to rocket with Irish Distillers' €100m investment: Irish Examiner

US food bloggers hot on the trail of our culinary fare: Irish Examiner

Enjoy Ireland's super-food – top ten potato recipes with a twist: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Irish Palates, Enticed by Other Carbs, Are Losing Their Taste for a Signature Starch: New York Times

Murphy's Irish Stout stands up well to Guinness: Springfield Republican

Slainte – Feasting With Angels, Irish Recipes for Michaelmas: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

American food expert urges Kilkenny chefs to put bacon and cabbage back on the menu: Kilkenny People

Restaurant Report – Rustic Stone in Dublin: New York Times

What are the best meals to cook for Irish in-laws?: Daily Telegraph, December 29, 2010

Beer named after Tom Crean to debut at Dingle food festival: The Irish Times

Restaurant Report – Rustic Stone in Dublin: New York Times

Bushmills Irish Whiskey "Since Way Back" 400th year: Hollywood Today

Here's to Arthur, and all that cash going to the UK: Evening Herald

A level head who predicts a stout future for Guinness: Irish Independent

Healthy homemade and Irish – delicious brown soda bread recipe: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, June 20, 2011

Even Obama can't reverse decline of Guinness in recession-hit Ireland: Guardian.co.uk

My goodness, my Guinness? Guinness takes a swing and swig at brewing more traditional lagers: Washington Post

On song with pure malt: The West Australian, May 21, 2011

Try Irish whisky for St. Patrick's Day: Toronto Globe and Mail, March 10, 2011

From Irish Pastures Comes a Pot of Gold: San Fernando Valley Sun, March 10, 2011

Let's all drink to Guinness ... or not: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 25, 2011

Dignitaries at Guinness hold their breath as prince meets the porter: Irish Independent, May 19, 2011

'Is it made with Liffey water?' Philip enquires of Guinness: Evening Herald, May 18, 2011

Irish eyes – and lips – are smiling on craft beer: Springfield Republican, May 10, 2011

Bushmills takes whiskey on tour: Belfast Telegraph, March 14, 2011

A menu with real Titanic servings: Belfast Telegraph, March 15, 2011

Whiskey aims to challenge Jameson in US: Irish Examiner, March 17, 2011

Bushmill's Irish Whiskey master distiller, Colum Egan, to reveal flavor secrets to contest winners: New York Daily News, March 16, 2011

It's in the can – Mathematical formula holds secret to perfect Guinness head: Irish Examiner, March 14, 2011

Michael Collins Irish Whiskey, and its 10-year-old single-malt brother: Philadelphia Inquirer, March 13, 2011

Irish Soda Bread, Family Style: New York Times, March 4, 2011

300 years of brewing is no small beer for historic ale: Irish Independent, December 27, 2010

A recipe for Irish heritage [soda bread]: Chicago Tribune, December 5, 2010

That's Whiskey, With an 'e': Epoch Times, November 23, 2010

Chef Gilligan's homemade fresh pumpkin pie: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, November 8, 2010

Dreamy Irish eggs put you on cloud 9: San Angelo Standard-Times, October 19, 2010

Delicious Guinness and Baileys Irish cupcakes: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, September 24, 2010

Does Northern Ireland's food have its own accent?: Belfast Telegraph, September 11, 2010

Why Don't the Irish Like Guinness Anymore?: AOL News, September 22, 2010

No Guinness please, we're Irish: Guardian.co.uk, September 22, 2010

Brown bread as your mother made it: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, August 12, 2010

Streams of whiskey: Sunday Business Post, August 8, 2010

Guinness BBQ Chicken: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, January 4, 2010

US can't resist dish of an Irish chef: The Sunday Times, May 23, 2010

Celebration of Irish cooking tops Beard awards: Chicago Tribune, May 5, 2010
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Whisky firm Grant plans Irish distillery: Scotland on Sunday, May 2, 2010

Chef Guillaume Lebrun is probably our greatest genius: Irish Independent, April 30, 2010

Rachel hoping to cook up a storm Stateside: Irish Examiner, April 19, 2010

Irish cook Darina Allen goes back to basics: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, April 6, 2010

Can new Guinness lager live up to the legendary name?: The Independent, March 25, 2010

Colcannon recipe: Guardian.co.uk, March 17, 2010

Reclaiming Ireland's Culinary Heritage, One Roast Lamb or Sponge Cake at a Time: New York Times, March 31, 2010

Black lager? Guinness has got a lot of bottle: The Sunday Times, March 28, 2010

Brooks on Beer – Stout Day: San Jose Mercury News, March 17, 2010

The new Irish cooking goes far beyond cabbage and potatoes: The Oregonian, March 9, 2010

Chef Gaffney's Irish soda bread: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, March 16, 2010

Can you 'Make it at Bushmills?' – work experience of a lifetime!: Ballymoney Times, March 16, 2010

Nectar of Ireland: Hartford Courant, March 14, 2010

Homemade Pork Sausages with Colcannon and Applesauce – Rachel Allen helps make Irish cuisine thoroughly modern: New York Daily News, March 14, 2010

Masterful work by Colman Andrews makes Irish food delicious, newsworthy: San Jose Mercury News, March 9, 2010

'Irish' food in Chicago isn't quite so in Ireland: The Bolingbrook Sun, March 10, 2010

Spirits – For St. Paddy's Day, make my whiskey Irish: Washington Post, March 10, 2010

Irish ayes! Sweet Melissa gives us a great soda bread recipe: BrooklynPaper.com, March 8, 2010

Irish wines are smiling: Napa Valley Register, March 5, 2010

Try a new Irish breakfast with Irish oatmeal, bacon and cheddar soufflé: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, November 3, 2009

Mincemeat and Almond Shortbread: Irish Independent, January 2, 2010

Small Dublin shrine to the art of baking: Boston Globe, December 20, 2009

New Irish whiskey set for U.S. market: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, December 23, 2009

Irish whiskey cookies, perfect for Christmas: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, December 14, 2009

Main Ingredient Of A Top Cook – Irish Charm: Sky.com, March 8, 2009

British winter warmers – Recipes from Northern Ireland: The Guardian, December 6, 2009

Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey Named Best Whiskey in the World: Westmeath Examiner, December 2, 2009

The Best-Ever Irish Coffee: Irish Independent, November 28, 2009

Bailey's Irish Cream Cheesecake: Fox4KC.com, November 23, 2009

Fall back with Guinness Porter Cake: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, October 25, 2009

United in a love of tea: The News Letter, November 5, 2009

Guinness and Baileys Irish cupcakes: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, October 23, 2009

Scientists in Cork find a way to keep bread fresher: The Sunday Times, October 4, 2009

'Soda bagel' hits the shelves to attract young customers inside: Irish News, September 25, 2009

Bean town – Tracy, Boston or Dublin?: Tracy (CA) Press, September 11, 2009

Irish losing passion for potatoes: Daily Telegraph, August 15, 2009

Eating In, Rachel Allen – On the feast of heathen: Sunday Tribune, June 21, 2009

Guinness puts 'zing' in new stout: Boston Globe, April 8, 2009

Northern Ireland's feast of peace: Washington Times, March 11, 2009

Happy birthday to Guinness, nectar of the gods: Belmont and Mount Holly Banner News, March 17, 2009

Whiskey resists the downturn: GlobalPost.com, February 25, 2009

Liquid Gold: Syracuse Post-Standard, March 11, 2009

Sweets With Roots in Ireland: New York Times, March 11, 2009

Wear the Green but Don't Drink It: New York Times, March 14, 2009

Sticky toffee pudding with bushmills toffee sauce: New York Newsday, March 3, 2009

Whiskey made for Obama's last day: RTE, January 20, 2009

Irish chefs return to their roots: Christian Science Monitor, January 14, 2009

Flatley to host 'intense' new dance show: Chicago Tribune, January 2, 2009

Belfast mai tai gives a powerful punch: San Francisco Chronicle, January 1, 2009

Taste for Guinness wanes in changing Ireland: Sydney Morning Herald, October 1, 2008

Northern Ireland—a taste of perfection: Glasgow Herald, November 3, 2008

Irish eyes are roving, to beers other than Guinness: Los Angeles Times, July 13, 2008

On the Irish whiskey trail: The Guardian, July 24, 2008

The Irish Breakfast of Champions: Washington Post, May 11, 2008

Prince Charles—I am glad my ancestor gave Bushmills a licence: Belfast Telegraph, May 22, 2008

The revolution will not be pasteurised: The Observer, March 30, 2008

An earthy taste of Ireland: Rocky Mountain News, March 12, 2008

Irish lamb stew: Boston Globe, March 12, 2008

A whiskey tasting tour of Ireland: New York Newsday, March 16, 2008

Treats from the Emerald Isle: Boston Herald, March 12, 2008

Green potatoes? Must be St. Patrick's Day: Christian Science Monitor, March 5, 2008

Raising a glass to the famous water of life: Irish News, January 21, 2008

For a taste of Britain and Ireland this holiday season, try pudding: Canadian Press, December 12, 2007

Bushmills toasts 400 years with new blend: Belfast Telegraph, December 27, 2007

Guinness – The 250-Year Quest for the Perfect Pint by Bill Yenne: Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 28, 2007
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That's a scoop -- Guinness is good for you: Irish Independent, December 20, 2007

Great disinfectant, but don't drink Irish moonshine: The Independent, November 23, 2007

Still waters: The Australian, November 3, 2007

Water of life: Malaysian Star, November 25, 2007

'Spirit' of the Irish: Kankakee Daily Journal, November 24, 2007

Why not try making your own Christmas pud?: Daily Telegraph, November 24, 2007

Today's Irish fare—so different from Grandma's day: Baltimore Sun, June 20, 2007

Irish tradition worth bottling: The Courier Mail (Queensland), June 4, 2007

NI produce showcased to US elite: BBC, May 22, 2007

Northern Irish chef Trish Deseine teaches the French to cook: Daily Mail, May 12, 2007

Irish make inroads into craft brewing: Springfield Republican, May 10, 2007

Sipping in the Emerald Isle: Orange County Register, April 29, 2007

Water of life is today's ancient treat: Washington Times, March 14, 2007

Spirits of the Irish: Washington Times, March 14, 2007

The greening of Irish cuisine: Philadelphia Inquirer, March 15, 2007

Tip a pint, tap excellence: Boston Herald, March 15, 2007

Wine gains on beer in Ireland: Los Angeles Times, March 15, 2007

Beer—Wearing Green, Drinking Red: Washington Post, March 14, 2007

Irish cuisine comes of age: San Francisco Chronicle, March 14, 2007

Irish potent potables punch up many a dish: Baltimore Sun, March 14, 2007

Fast food—Coming up Irish: Boston Herald, March 13, 2007

Not Irish, but Maybe Itís for the Best: New York Times, March 14, 2007

Irish comfort in loaves: Newark Star Ledger, March 14, 2007

Traditional Irish Breakfast: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 8, 2007

A world of flavors from Emerald Isle: Boston Globe, March 7, 2007

Son in Ireland eats his way from pudding to boxty to Galway oysters: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 8, 2007

Irish are shunning Guinness: Daily Telegraph, February 16, 2007

Guinness stew: Chicago Sun-Times, March 6, 2005

Ireland's 'chippers' expanding varieties to fit new tastes: Delaware News Journal, January 3, 2007

Homemade Irish cream drinks tasty and easy to make: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, December 27, 2006

Chips still king, but Ireland's boom adds new flavors to an old favorite: Canoe.ca, November 27, 2006

Spirit named after Michael Collins sparks debate: UTV, December 1, 2006

Microbreweries in the Land of Guinness: New York Times, June 18, 2006

Irish get cooking, naturally: Boston Globe, May 21, 2006

Sips in land of dark beers: Washington Times, March 15, 2006

Emerald Isle's fields, farms produce lush cheeses: March 16, 2006

He's part of the rebirth of Irish cuisine: Boston Globe, March 15, 2006

The Pub Grub of Ireland: New York Newsday, March 15, 2006

Now that's a magical pint: Los Angeles Times, March 15, 2006

In soda bread, one ingredient makes all the difference: Boston Globe, March 15, 2006

Knead a taste of Ireland?: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 12, 2006

Baking for St. Patrick: Chicago Tribune, March 8, 2006

Time for Some Irish, but Why the Wait?: New York Times, March 8, 2006

As Luck Would Have It: New York Times, March 8, 2006

Fresh, local and lucky—Irish dishes recast cuisine beyond corned beef: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 2, 2006

Top chefs to show Americans 'true taste of Ireland': Irish Independent, March 1, 2006

Low-alcohol Guinness set for test run: Irish Examiner, February 9, 2006

Get lucky with this washed-rind: San Francisco Chronicle, March 10, 2005

Irish accent flavors fare: Trenton Times, March 9, 2005

The sweet side of St. Patrick's: New York Newsday, March 9, 2005

No more Erin go blah—Ireland's chefs update country's traditional cuisine: Boston Herald, March 9, 2005

A humble history: Chicago Tribune, March 9, 2005

Soda-bread additions raise the ire of Irishman: Baltimore Sun, March 2, 2005

A taste of Ireland: Littleton (MA) Independent, March 3, 2005

In Ireland, Cookery Amid the Greenery: New York Times, January 2, 2005

From San Francisco to Baltimore to Ireland, feelings about Irish coffee run strong: Baltimore Sun, September 15, 2004 (registration required)

One hot dish: New York Daily News, April 15, 2004

Heard the one about the Irish cookery school?: The Observer, April 4, 2004

Under the Irish influence: The Scotsman, March 23, 2004

A Yankee at St. Patrick's table: New York Newsday, March 10, 2004

Simply Entertaining: On St. Patrick's Day, dish up real Irish fare: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 11, 2004

Oh, thank Guinness for the perfect pour: Arizona Republic, March 13, 2004

Irish cheesemaker fashions a dandy: San Francisco Chronicle, March 11, 2004

Irish friendliness bubbles at Killarney: Huntington Beach Independent, March 11, 2004 (registration required)

Irish Food, Not So Simple: New York Times, February 29, 2004 (registration required)

A heady time for Guinness: Miami Herald, December 28, 2003

Top o' morning: Philadelphia Inquirer, November 2, 2003

Dublin touts stout with stronger kick: Boston Herald, August 10, 2003

Aye and begorrah! And that'll be Irish nouvelle cuisine?: Miami Herald, June 5, 2003
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Guinness tour a tough swallow, till the end: Boston Globe, May 28, 2003

The Irish speaking cafe that is one of Dublin's best-kept secrets: Dublin Daily, April 30, 2003

Brewery May Bring African Guinness to Ireland: The News Letter, April 14, 2003

Celebrated Chef Faces Extradition and Charges: New York Times, April 12, 2003 (registration required)

A dining renaissance – Ulster: Toronto Globe & Mail, March 15, 2003

A dining renaissance – Dublin and the south: Toronto Globe & Mail, March 15, 2003

Why Irish eyes are smiling: Toronto Globe & Mail, March 15, 2003

New ways from the Old Sod: Philadelphia Inquirer, March 13, 2003
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Guinness heir concocts his own stout: East Anglian Daily Times, March 7, 2003

An intoxicating place: Toronto Star, February 27, 2003

The stoutest stouts get pulled from the tap: San Francisco Chronicle, December 5, 2002

Potatoes both big and small play lead role in Irish stew: Baltimore Sun, September 18, 2002

Just Don't Call It Scotch: Wall Street Journal, August 16, 2002

Celtic Cuisine: Making Sure Ireland Cooks: Irish American News, April 2002

Cork's got lots on its plate: Irish Post, March 20, 2002

The sweet smell of success; Belfast: The News Letter, March 2002

Extraordinary Irish Farmhouse Cheeses: Irish Culture and Customs, March 2002

Corned Beef & Cabbage – The Feeding of A Myth: Culture and Customs, March 2002

Beyond the green cookies: Boston Globe, March 17, 2002

Why Irish foodies are smiling: The Independent, March 16, 2002

Paint the Town Green at Mrs. O'Leary's: Washington Post, March 14, 2002

Dining Out – Gallagher's brings Ireland Downtown: Los Angeles Times, March 14, 2002

Buttermilk's Bounty: legendary ingredient works it magic: Irish Echo, March 13, 2002

Irish food: It's not just meat, potatoes: Boston Globe, March 13, 2002

Irish bakers' best: Boston Globe, March 13, 2002

Celebrate the 'Spirits' of St. Patrick's Day: Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 11, 2002

A sip of Ireland: Chicago Tribune, March 2002

Gourmet capital hosts speciality food symposium, Kinsale, County Cork: Irish Examiner, March 9, 2002

Belfast says cheers to food and wine festival; June 21-23: Belfast Telegraph, March 4, 2002

Pubs face pint-size controversy: Boston Herald, March 3, 2002

History of the Pint: Irish Independent, February 23, 2002

Guinness geniuses aim to get ahead with 15-second pint: The Times, February 22, 2002

That's the spirit! Record sales shoot Baileys into drinks top 10: Irish Independent, February 22, 2002

Irish chef cooks up storm Down Under: Irish Examiner, January 28, 2002

So what makes a restaurant the creme de la creme?: Irish Independent, January 26, 2002

Baileys plant for Belfast: BBC, January 15, 2002

Feeding Their American Dream: Washington Post, January 10, 2002

Only a fortress could hold such treasures! Bunratty Mead & Potcheen: Irish Culture and Customs, January 2002

An Irish Christmas – Then and Now: Irish Culture and Customs, December 2001

A bird in the oven's worth...: Sunday Independent, December 23, 2001

Celebrate in your own style: Sunday Independent, December 23, 2001

Countdown to Christmas: Irish Independent, December 14, 2001

Find out what's cooking in the glorious West: Irish Post, December 12, 2001

Mike Fitzgerald, Owner, Citron, Dublin: Sunday Business Post, December 9, 2001

Just dessert for Moran's is top food award: Irish Independent, December 3, 2001

Christmas is coming and the goose is getting fat: Irish America Magazine, Dec-Jan 2001-02

Preparing the Christmas Puddings, Irish Culture and Customs, November 2001

Lone female finalist wins top chef award: Irish Independent, November 26, 2001

Forget bagels, muesli and all that effete nonsense on Sundays bring back the full-blooded, full-fat, full Irish: Sunday Independent, November 25, 2001

Chip off the old block; the Potato: The Independent, November 17, 2001

The world of your oyster; Galway Bay: The Independent, November 17, 2001

Cracker of a time as Jacob's celebrates 150th birthday: Irish Independent, November 16, 2001

So that's two wild harvest fettucine with morels and breast of pheasant on the way: Irish Examiner, November 15, 2001

High-flying Irish chef cooks up lunch for Jordan's King Abdullah, Downing Street: Irish Examiner, November 10, 2001

Best banger boost for brothers, Donegal: Irish Independent, November 5, 2001

A humble pint drinker's lament for the local: Irish Independent, November 3, 2001

Goodness, Guinness makes $1bn club: Irish Independent, November 2, 2001

Eating Well in Ireland: Travel in Ireland, November 1, 2001

NORTHWEST – Ireland's biggest pumpkin on show: Belfast Telegraph, October 31, 2001

Pair have other fish to fry: The Irish Times, October 22, 2001

A drop of the soft stuff – Cloona Health Centre, Westport, County Mayo: The Guardian, October 20, 2001

Get ready for Christmas – Places to dine – Belfast, Cavan, Donegal: Belfast Telegraph, October 18, 2001

Barry's Tea aims to widen market: The Irish Times, October 17, 2001

A breath of fresh Eire, Organic farming in Cork: The Observer, October 14, 2001

Raffo's cod above the rest, West Belfast: Irish News, October 8, 2001

Three cheers for top pub's hat-trick: Irish Independent, October 2, 2001

Restaurant tastes success in top food guide: Belfast Telegraph, October 1, 2001

Humble pumpkin turns out to be a money-spinner: Irish Independent, September 27, 2001

New brewery recalls old Kinsale tradition: The Irish Times, September 25, 2001

Number of Guinness faithful slips in home of the pint: Boston Herald, September 23, 2001

Kerry serves boost in profits: Belfast Telegraph, September 11, 2001

Deep-fried eurocrats serve up a mouthful at EU chipper: Irish Independent, September 11, 2001

Bewleylicious: iVenus.com, Summer 2001

Motorists scoop up chocolate windfall: Irish Examiner, August 30, 2001

French fries and lasagna: Irish Voice, August 22, 2001

Theatrical flavouring: Sunday Independent, August 19, 2001

At Hub debut of Galway Bay fest, the world's their oyster: Boston Herald, August 15, 2001

Cod and chips? Black scabbard, please: Irish Independent, August 11, 2001

It's still Guinness, but is it really Irish?: Boston Globe, August 4, 2001

The Feast of Lughnasa: Irish America Magazine, Aug-Sept 2001

Vaughans, Kilfenora, Co Clare: Sunday Business Post, July 29, 2001

Irish chocolate lovers unite: Irish Voice, July 25, 2001

Shark puts bite in Irish chippies: The Sunday Times, July 22, 2001

Test tuber: Irish Examiner, July 10, 2001

Ulster foods to tickle US fancy: Belfast Telegraph, July 9, 2001

What's Cooking in Dublin: Hot Eire: Travel + Leisure, July 2001

What's cooking, Conrad?: Irish Post, July 5, 2001

Eat Drink and be Merry: Irish Post, May 30, 2001

Darina's recipe for success is rewarded: Irish Independent, May 18, 2001

From Guinness to gourmet, Dublin: Electronic Telegraph, April 24, 2001

Seven secret pleasures — Ballymaloe House: Toronto Globe and Mail, April 7, 2001

Ireland's most celebrated cook — Ballymaloe House: Boston Globe, March 14, 2001

New Cooking In the New Ireland: Washington Post, March 14, 2001

The Cream of Ireland — Ballymaloe House: Chicago Tribune, February 11, 2001

The Great Irish Food Revolution: Travel + Leisure, July 2000

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Ireland's Coolea imitates Gouda: San Francisco Chronicle, February 9, 2006

Every inch a great place to stay, Inch House, Thurles: Sunday Independent, May 26, 2002

French rustic charm, all heart with wonderful sole, Greystones, County Wicklow: Sunday Independent, April 14, 2002

The Irish Dimension – Roundwood House, County Laois: Irish Independent, April 2, 2002

Co Laois restaurant in world's top 50: Irish Examiner, March 15, 2002

Earl of Thomond Restaurant in Dromoland Castle, Co Clare: The Independent, January 23, 2002

Guide holds key to dining with stars: Irish Independent, January 19, 2002

Dining Out, Fitzwilliams Irish Pub, Burlington: Boston Globe, November 11, 2001

The secret of the Pyramids, Carrick on Shannon: Sunday Independent, October 28, 2001

Eat With Pete – Irish furnishings distinguish hotel bar: Newark Star Ledger, October 26, 2001

Food critics give top tourist town thumbs down: Irish Examiner, October 23, 2001

Feast fit for a bishop, Cloyne Village, County Cork: Sunday Independent, October 21, 2001

I'll gladly Park here; Park Hotel, Kenmare: Sunday Independent, October 7, 2001

Assolas House, Kanturk, Co Cork: The Guardian, October 6, 2001

Kish, Dalkey & Barracuda, Bray – Dublin Restaurant reviews: Image Magazine, October 2001

From gourmet to guzzling: Irish Post, September 12, 2001

Patrick Guilbaud: Sunday Business Post, September 2, 2001

Kevin's winning recipes makes Thornton's the special of the year: Irish Independent, August 28, 2001

Review: Wingfield's Enniskerry Village, Co Wicklow: Image Magazine, July 2001

Guilbaud takes top city restaurant award: Irish Independent, June 27, 2001

Top Table: Fontana, Holywood, County Down: The Independent, May 26, 2001

Galway Bay: Closest You'll Get to Ireland: Washington Post, May 17, 2001

Rory's is a place for everyone, New York: Irish Voice, May 9, 2001

Limerick is the top spot for best of pub lunches: Irish Examiner, May 2, 2001

Find a Taste of Ireland (and Guinness) at Foley's: San Francisco Chronicle, March 23, 2001

Green is good: Chicago Sun-Times, March 16, 2001

O'Shea's makes it authentic: Chicago Sun-Times, March 16, 2001

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What is soda bread; what makes it Irish?: New York Newsday, March 12, 2009

Ballymaloe Brown Bread: January 6, 2005

Reflecting changes in today's Ireland – what's cooking now: Baltimore Sun, March 12, 2003

Pork's tender side: Sunday Independent, April 28, 2002

In the pink: Skip the corned beef and try the other authentic Irish fare – salmon: Boston Herald, March 17, 2002

Dragon ladles up tradition – Irish Beef Stew: Boston Herald, March 17, 2002

Get Irish up with boxty dish: Boston Herald, March 17, 2002

One potato, two potato three and more recipes: Boston Herald, March 17, 2002

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day With A Real Irish Feast!: Culture and Customs, March 2002

Black Rose brisket is perfect for St. Pat's Day: Boston Herald, March 13, 2002

Foodies Corner – Ballymaloe Irish Stew: Belfast Telegraph, March 11, 2002

Desmond O'Malley's colcannon offers a taste of Ireland: Boston Herald, January 2, 2002

Foodies corner – Firework feasts: Belfast Telegraph, October 29, 2001

Past masters – Sinead Cusack's ideal menu: The Guardian, October 20, 2001

Irish Recipes: Boston Globe, March 14, 2001






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