“Like, as in a really savage, decent breakfast sandwich,” says Kristin Rowe. No sourdough or avocados involved.
Back Again Briefly, Venezuelan Holiday Delicacies
For just a few months each year, Cesar Calderon and Nileska Romero cook and sell hallacas, pan de jamon, and more – mostly to Venezuelans in the city.
What Scuppered Phibsboro’s Short-lived Friday Market?
Councillors say they want the council-run market brought back, in one form or another.
On Abbey Street, a Family Conjures Their Favourite Flavours from Across Thailand
From the som tam papaya salads popular in Nakhon Ratchasima – co-owner Salla Maliwoang’s home province – to the green curries of Bangkok.
At a Temple Bar Stall, Bombay Grilled Sandwiches and Stuffed Parathas
“Our plan is to bring in street foods from all of India’s states,” says Adarsh Shukla.
Artist Proposes Soda Bread as Ireland’s National Cake
Analysing feminism, women’s work and post-colonialism, April Gertler’s hybrid lecture and performance “Take the Cake” assigns cakes to countries.
A “Truckttoria” Offers a Taste of the Chef’s Italian Food Biography
Carbonara, porcini mushroom-filled ravioli, mozzarella-filled suppli, paninis stuffed with smoked cheese, roasted peppers, artichoke, and salame Napoli.
Off Capel Street, a Portuguese Cafe Offers Coffee and Custard Tarts
Owner Sergio Fernandes says he hopes to add tapas and wine in the evenings too.
As Chefs Bring Korean Street Food to Dublin, Corn Dogs Are on Their Menus
Outlets offer variations on a theme. “It’s in our blood to be looking for new things and to push chefs to be creative,” says Gunmoo Kim, the founder of Jaru.
Making and Selling Tacos, a Mother and Son from Mexico Reconnect in Dublin
Maria Isabel Pascual, her son Julian Trejo Pascual and their team at El Milagro feed hungry bellies in Stoneybatter, in Malahide, and on Francis Street.