Dublin

Inside Federico Riezzo’s Kitchen – The Italian drinks maestro picks out his favourite coffee and the battered stovetop pot he makes it in. Also: two great cocktail books

Federico Riezzo’s Dublin Address Book – The Italian drinks maestro recommends a brilliant basement café, a little gem of a cocktail bar and the Dublin supermarket where he buys Asian ingredients

Federico Riezzo – The Italian drinks maestro cycles us to his home in Dublin, mounts a defence of Italian-style coffee and whips up his trademark Tuscan sausage sandwich with roasted red peppers

Tuscan Sausage Sandwich – A gloriously messy sandwich containing fennel-and-chilli sausage, roasted red peppers and garlic mayo by Italian drinks expert Federico Riezzo

Inside Nico Seguy’s Kitchen – The French wine specialist pours us some extraordinary champagne from his collection and discovers some food wisdom in a book about soup

Nico Seguy – The French wine specialist takes us to his favourite local pub, cooks a spicy cod and chorizo dish and tells us about coming to terms with Irish food since moving to Dublin 13 years ago

Cod and Chorizo Tabbouleh – A colourful, spicy and beautifully balanced fish dish by French wine importer Nico Seguy

Nico Seguy’s Dublin Address Book – The French wine specialist on two favourite local pubs, his pick of Dublin’s French restaurants and a butchers shop that also sells great fish

Laragh Stuart – The food entrepreneur makes an extraordinary beef dish from her childhood, explains why artists make great cooks (but lousy chefs) and takes us to a few of her favourite local food spots

Laragh Stuart’s Address Book – The food entrepreneur on an eccentric olde-worlde hotel in Wicklow, some favourite Dublin restaurants and the market where she buys all her vegetables

Inside Laragh Stuart’s Kitchen – The food entrepreneur on an energy-giving bacteria, a beautiful Tuscan plate and the cookbooks she pulls out whenever she’s stuck

Jeni Glasgow & Reuven Diaz’s Address Book – The owners of Eastern Seaboard on exciting restaurants in Dublin, Belfast and Cork, a tiny local pub and a market where they source “the best bacon in the universe”

Alistan Munroe’s Dublin Address Book – The designer and marinade-maker on a great seafood restaurant, his favourite Dublin pub and a good place to buy unusual cuts of meat

Alistan Munroe – The designer behind Munroe's jerk marinade recalls raucous rice-and-peas parties in Luton, advises us where to buy goat meat in Dublin and puts a Jamaican twist on seafood pasta

Inside Alistan Munroe’s Kitchen – The designer and marinade-maker on his collection of pre-war German crockery, a cheap but excellent balsamic vinegar and a thesaurus of flavours

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