Are you ready? The ultimate reboot is on: Rylan Clark-Neal is hosting the newly updated version of Ready Steady Cook - the daytime telly show that sees contestants hand a random bag of ingredients to a chef and expects them to create something genuinely tasty.
Hundreds of members of Northern Ireland's hospitality industry put their worries over soaring rates bills and new immigration restrictions on hold for one night to celebrate the naming of the province's top 100 pubs, restaurants and hotels.
The brother took his high-sided camper van to Magheroarty in Donegal on Friday the week before last. He brought with him a posse of nervous English visitors who followed him there in a hire car. These are not people to be easily frightened, but coinciding with their Donegal trip was Storm Ciara and that threw a whole new dimension over Ulster's wildest coast.
The high octane environment of a busy restaurant kitchen can be challenging - but what if you're working alongside your brother or sister ? To mark Belfast Restaurant Week, which is running until Sunday, Linda Stewart finds out more.
Dinosaurs, the Troubles, Takabuti, insects, fashion and the Spanish Armada, all share a home in the Ulster Museum. Next week, as part of a new collaborative show with Londonderry's Nerve Centre, they will be joined by the famous Derry Girls blackboard on which was scrawled all the small features of our lives which makes Catholics and Protestants different.
Following the huge success of the 2019 event, Belfast Restaurant Week returns from February 17-23, providing lots of delicious opportunities to treat yourself to a special lunch or dinner in one of the city's excellent eateries.
We live in interesting times. Economic and political turbulence have become the norm; financial instability brought on by Brexit fears and concerns are among the many new hazards the business community here has had to live with; and uncertainty about the future of our planet is depressingly felt by just about everyone.
Why is it that you're most easily distracted when you're at your busiest? Over the last week I haven't had a moment to spare, theoretically at least. I've been up to my eyes with work and travelling around the country.
Many of us entered 2020 promising to give up alcohol for January and, if you've stuck with it, steering clear of booze for that long can feel like a huge achievement. But will you be breathing a sigh of relief and hitting the bar hard this month? Or has four weeks off given you a slightly different outlook?
Pinch Of Nom creators Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone - whose first book became the UK's fastest-selling non-fiction title since records began - are back with another helping of slimming recipes, this time called Pinch Of Nom: Everyday Light.
Fish and chips have been slowly vanishing from our list of favourite foods, overtaken and replaced by modern, trendy and tasty alternative fast foods. Until 20 years ago there were 35,000 chip shops across Britain and Ireland. Today about 10,500 still operate and the fightback has begun.
Around 350,000 people worldwide have almost completed Veganuary, switching to a vegan diet in January and following in the footsteps of stars such as Ariana Grande, Joaquin Phoenix and Chris Packham. Linda Stewart asks three Northern Ireland people why they’ve decided to abstain from animal produce.
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