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What's inside the November 2022 issue of Food&Wine Magazine

Our new issue will be free with the Business Post this Sunday, November 6 - find out what's inside here.

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Our new issue will be free with the Business Post this Sunday, November 6th - here's a preview of what's inside

Mark your calendars: this Sunday, the November issue of Food&Wine Magazine will be free with the Business Post and available to read online. We've spent the last month putting our heads together to try to create the best possible issue for you to enjoy and this edition is full of delicious recipes, drinks recommendations and more.

On the cover this month we have Irish chef Trevor Moran who runs Locust in Nashville, which was recently named America’s best restaurant. The restaurant is unique in many ways, but mostly because it only has 36 seats, doesn't post menus on its website, and opens for just three days a week. In this issue, the Dubliner talks kitchen culture, making money and his desire to return to Ireland with Alex Meehan. 

Elsewhere, Jordan Mooney talks to Tony Parkin, the new head chef at House at the Cliff House Hotel in Ardmore, Co Waterford about how he’s there for the long haul. Striving for a second Michelin star, Tony is ready for a challenge and has enlisted Irish producers to help him make the necessary changes along the way.  

Trevor Moran (far right) and the team from Locust. Picture: Andrew Thomas Lee
Trevor Moran (far right) and the team from Locust. Picture: Andrew Thomas Lee

In spirits this month, our expert Oisin Davis chats with Remy Savage, the Franco-Irishman bringing art into cocktail bars. Savage is known for being one of the most creative and dynamic forces in the global cocktail industry and has been behind some of the most celebrated and awarded cocktail bars in the world, all of which are fueled by his intense love of philosophy and art. Also in drinks, Dean Carroll discusses the artistry of beer that is not only on the inside but the outside too. In wine, Mick O’Connell shares a selection of some of Burgenland’s finest with a sprinkling of classics from the other wine regions of Austria. Per his recommendation, if you get a chance to visit the area, make sure look up Gut Purbach, who has an incredible wine list alongside local food and rooms to sleep off all the indulgence.

Elsewhere, Korean-style fried chicken restaurant Chimac has just opened its second outlet in Terenure, Dublin and has shared delicious Sunday lunch recipes to try this month. We also have recipes from Rosheen Kaul and Joanna Hu's cookbook Chinese-ish and Thai recipes from the new Giggling Squid cookbook. Also, ahead of the indulgent festive period, our resident chef Domini Kemp shares nourishing dishes to enjoy throughout November.

Domini Kemp's sweet potato, coconut and miso soup with miso Parmesan croutons. Picture: Dean Carroll
Domini Kemp's sweet potato, coconut and miso soup with miso Parmesan croutons. Picture: Dean Carroll

In this month's interiors feature, Elaine Prendeville shares Stuart Heeney’s tried and trusted kitchen gadget, this month's must-have cookbook and reviews the Dyson purifier cool autoreact - is it really worth it? 

To round out this gorgeous issue, Jordan Mooney talks to Sally Barnes of Woodcock Smokery in West Cork about her food journey. Sally also shares how she has started to pass on her knowledge through courses that she runs in the smokery and discusses the challenges facing marine life right now.

So, if you're on the lookout for delicious recipes, insider info, and more, we've got your back this month. Make sure to pick up our new issue with the Business Post this Sunday, November 6 or subscribe to read online

Words by Kate O'Callaghan