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Sigh: No, I Will Not ‘Excuse the Pun’

Weaving puns together sows seeds of humour. Why are its artists so often punished sew, asks Siothrún Sardina.
By Siothrún Sardina
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Ratatouille: A Taste of France that’s Ideal for Batch Cooking

The stew made famous by Pixar can be prepared several different ways, and keeps wonderfully in the fridge for a few days.
By Keegan Andrulis
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Not Like Other Gulls – Tackling Trinity’s Seagull Ascendancy

It's high time Trinity used its experts to develop a defence system against those hounding birds, writes Piotr Jedro.
By Piotr Jedro
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Running for Cover

Halay Sultan and her family fled Afghanistan last year with the help of Dubliner Richie Hedderman.
By Jody Druce
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A Tale of Two Curfews in South Africa

On erasmus near Cape Town, Charlie Moody-Stuart found himself having to think creatively to pass the time – but for those one town over, lockdown has brought challenges of a far greater magnitude.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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At the Typeface

O'Connell St is home to a handful of small newspaper vendors who have a first-hand insight into the decline of print media.
By Faye Curran
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French Onion Soup: How to Make it Perfectly, Every Time

From humble origins, this dish is the quintessential easy-but-impressive offering for all your dinner parties.
By Keegan Andrulis
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Christmas on the Wrong Side of the Atlantic

Claire Stalhuth reflects on her solo trip to Fanore in Clare last year, when the pandemic prevented her from travelling home to Colorado.
By Claire Stalhuth
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Pasta Fasul – Born in Italy, Made Great Around the World

This vegan take on the Italian classic will warm you through the winter.
By Keegan Andrulis
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The Pandemic is Impeding My Penchant for People Watching

Masks, social distancing and multiple lockdowns have ruined my ability to make wild inferences about total strangers, writes Emer Tyrrell.
By Emer Tyrrell