Inside Paul Flynn’s Kitchen – The renowned Irish chef picks out a gorgeous Wicklow cider, the one useful gadget in his kitchen and some books by “the greatest cook in the world”

Inside Justin & Jenny Green’s Kitchen – The owners of Ballyvolane House in Co Cork on great Irish cookbooks, handmade oak chopping boards and their favourite tonic water

Justin & Jenny Green’s Cork Address Book – The owners of Ballyvolane House on a favourite Japanese noodle joint, a phenomenal food market and “the best restaurant in Cork city”

Justin and Jenny Green – Ballyvolane is a very singular country house hotel in the south of Ireland. The owners show us around their gin distillery and make lunch and cocktails with homegrown ingredients

Poached Egg on Toast with Asparagus and Hollandaise Sauce – “This is a very simple but very lovely supper. It’s really important that your eggs are fresh – they hold together better – and it’s better if they’re at room

Rhubarb Martini – “You don’t need any extra garnishes with this cocktail, it just works. It’s very simple, so easy to make. We serve poached rhubarb with breakfast and save the syrup, otherwise

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

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