SPELT AND SORREL RISOTTO RECIPE

SPELT AND SORREL RISOTTO RECIPE

For some reason, this week, I’m all about the one pot recipes. I’ve just about the energy to cook in the evenings so if I’ve juggle pots and pans and think about the associated washing up, I just know I’m going to give up and eat shite which I’m desperately trying not to do. Yesterday, I made this gorgeous green... Read More

GREEN BEANS AND TOMATO CASSEROLE

GREEN BEANS AND TOMATO CASSEROLE

I bought a bunch of green beans at McNally’s farm at the weekend and I asked for suggestions on what to do with them over on twitter and insta. And let me tell you I’ll be going back for those ideas again over the next few weeks as green beans slowly fall out of season. But first, I wanted to... Read More

ONE PAN LAMB MINCE AND TATTIES RECIPE

ONE PAN LAMB MINCE AND TATTIES RECIPE

The more I cook with it, the more I like lamb mince. It doesn’t dry in the same manner as beef or pork do and so if you’re not looking to cook it in liquid, I think it is the best of the 3 minces. Minced lamb gives your dish a certain richness without having to add a sauce. Add... Read More

QUICK APPLE AND CARAMEL TART RECIPE

QUICK APPLE AND CARAMEL TART RECIPE

Last week, I was taking stock of the basics in my kitchen and I stumbled across a jar of unopened Bonne Maman salted caramel sauce. It’s one of their newer product and my pal, Niamh, picked me up a jar when it was on sales in Dunnes a while back. This is what I do. I gather bits and pieces... Read More

WARM SPELT, SWEETCORN AND FETA SALAD

WARM SPELT, SWEETCORN AND FETA SALAD

I love a warm salad, it satisfies a specific need for a dinner, both lighter but still filling. I like my warm salads either with grains, or spuds maybe even a couple of boiled eggs. The spelt grains add a chewiness to this dish which I love.  Super handy for a lunch box or mid-week dinner. Cook the spelt grains... Read More

GOCHUJANG SWEETCORN FRITTERS RECIPE

GOCHUJANG SWEETCORN FRITTERS RECIPE

These gochujang sweetcorn fritters are a doodle to make and will delight little and large.  I find that although I call them gochujang sweetcorn fritters, they really are gochujang and whatever you want fritters. This is a list of suggested ingredients rather than a strict recipe. If you don’t have sweet corn and want to use courgettes or other bits... Read More

‘NDUJA CRUSTED SMASHED POTATOES RECIPE

‘NDUJA CRUSTED SMASHED POTATOES RECIPE

These ‘nduja crusted potatoes are so moreish I would happily sit with a great big bowl of them and nothing else. I do think maybe, I missed a trick by not serving them with a bit of sour cream on the side.  If you’re wondering, why there is a need to smash and breakdown the spuds a bit it’s really... Read More

SPICY TUNA RILLETTES RECIPE

SPICY TUNA RILLETTES RECIPE

Tuna rillettes are a thing of beauty that can be made from ingredients usually found at home.  Tuna rillettes is a fishy take on a long-loved French Classique of my childhood. It’s easy to make and delicious in the summer with some crudités to help you spoon the delicious fish pâté out. You could also use some tortillas chips and... Read More

ONE PAN POTATOES AND MUSSELS RECIPE

ONE PAN POTATOES AND MUSSELS RECIPE

I’ve bought a Weber kettle barbecue last month and I’ve been messing around with it, learning the basics and then losing the run of myself and grilling notions. At the same time, Sustainable Seafood Ireland has started selling at the Airfield weekend market and it means I get to buy the best fish in Dublin a few hours from when... Read More

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