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2020 Food Awards

Irish chocolate, cheese and whiskey among winners in 2020 Irish Food Writers’ Guild Food Awards. For the full story on the 2020 awards, plus winners citations and recipes, click here.…

2019 Food Awards

Eight food producers from the four corners of Ireland singled out for the 2019 Food Awards. For the full story on the 2019 awards, plus winners citations and recipes, click here.…

Not The Full Irish

Katy McGuinness explores the true origins of 'Irish' foods in this article published in the Irish Independent. It all started with a packet of sliced chicken… Last autumn, in the…

Remembering: Charlotte Coleman-Smith

Food writer and member of the Irish Food Writers' Guild, Charlotte Coleman-Smith passed away in December. Here, she is remembered in print and by her fellow guild member, former colleague…

Tribute: Remembering the late Mrs Allen

The renowned "godmother of Irish food", Mrs. Myrtle Allen, passed away in June 2018. Founder of Ballymaloe House, wife, mother, chef, restaurateur, teacher, mentor, advocate and champion... The Irish Food…

2018 Food Awards

Natural Born Winners: No artificial additives and traditional methods mark out IFWG Food Award winners 2018. For the full story on the 2018 awards, plus winners citations and recipes, click…

Appreciation: Biddy White Lennon

We were deeply saddened by the passing of our fellow Guild member, food writer, life-long ambassador for Irish food and, not least of all, our friend, Biddy White Lennon. We'd…

2018 Community Food Award launched

Social Responsibility tops the agenda for the 2018 Community Award launched today. IFWG annual Community Food Award opens for applications. Nominations are being invited by The Irish Food Writers’ Guild…

2017 Food Awards

The passing down of recipes and traditional farming and production methods from generation to generation has been instrumental in helping Ireland’s food legacy to endure, according to Aoife Carrigy, Chairperson…