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Clare Smyth on the cover of the July issue of Food&Wine Magazine, photo by Joe Woodhouse

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

Our new issue will be free with the Business Post this Sunday, July 3 - find out what's inside here.


The July issue of Food&Wine Magazine will be available free with the Business Post this Sunday, and we can't wait for you to see what's inside. 

We're delighted to share that Michelin-starred chef Clare Smyth is on the cover this month. In an interview with Jordan Mooney, Smyth talks about her new cookbook, her two restaurants Core in London and Oncore in Sydney, and much more. Smyth, who is a protegé of Gordon Ramsay, is known for her calm and respectful kitchens, saying that she feels that "you should be able to walk into work and feel that it is a comfortable place to be, and that’s what Core is”. 

Another exclusive interview in this issue sees editor Gillian Nelis chat with Vincent Crepel, the head chef at Castlemartyr's new fine dining restaurant Terre, which is set to open later this year. The French chef looks set to bring a new dining experience to the exclusive resort, having worked at high-end restaurants like Jaan par André in Switzerland and Porte12 in Paris. Is a Michelin star in his plans? Find out in this Sunday's issue of the magazine. 

Vincent Crepel, photo by Barry Cronin
Vincent Crepel, photo by Barry Cronin

We also have lots of delicious recipes for you to try in our new issue. Resident chef Domini Kemp has shared barbecue-focused recipes that can be cooked outdoors or indoors, depending on the Irish weather. Featuring gorgeously charred lamb chops, cherries with labneh and more, this is a spread to impress. 

We also have two cookbook features for you to enjoy this month: winning dishes like peanut butter and chilli bean burgers from Katy Beskow's new book Vegan BBQ, and Ixta Belfrage's Brazilian, Mexican and Italian-influenced recipes from her new book Mezcla. So whatever you're in the mood for, we've got you covered. 

Domini Kemp's brown sugar labneh with marinated cherriesand pumpkin seed praline, photo by Dean Carroll
Domini Kemp's brown sugar labneh with marinated cherriesand pumpkin seed praline, photo by Dean Carroll

Over in drinks, our writers have assembled an array of options for you to try this July. In wine, Mick O'Connell examines the most romantic of grapes, pinot noir, while Dean Carroll looks at refreshing brews from Barcelona in his beer column. In spirits, Oisin Davis visits Three Storey on St Stephen's Green to chat with Martin Holec about why this will be the summer of spritz. 

In travel this month, Corina Gaffey and Anthony Remedy visit the Baleriac island of Ibiza. Even though it may have become better known in recent decades for its hedonistic nightlife, the duo also finds that the holiday spot offers incredible food and gorgeous, laid-back hotels. 

Also in this issue, our insider Elaine Prendeville has your interiors options covered for July with her review of the Genesis II Ex-335 GBS smart barbecue by Weber, plus Mark Anderson's must-have gadget, and more. 

La Paloma, Ibiza
La Paloma, Ibiza

Rounding out this month's issue, Alex Meehan chats with Paul Williams of Canteen in Limerick for our regular In the Kitchen feature, while Jordan Mooney hears more about Edizemi Onilenla's African food business Mama Shee in Doing the Business. In the Secret Restaurateur column, our industry insider explains why they want the representative body for the sector to rethink its strategy.

So, if you're on the lookout for delicious recipes, insider info, travel recommendations and more, we've got your back this month. Make sure to pick up our new issue with the Business Post this Sunday, July 3 or subscribe to read online - only €1 for the first month