'Offee pie is a unique Gastronomics.ie recipe. However, it's not inspired by culinary genius, painstakingly formulated and tested in a professional kitchen.
It's what happens when a typical modern Irish woman (read: insanely busy) juggles slightly too many balls in the air while attempting to be that multi-limbed goddess...Read More
This week Gastronomics.ie is bringing you the definitive guide to supermarket Easter offerings. We’ll cover all the basics of your Easter ingredients alongside the usual supermarket specials. This is gonna be easy-peasy for me - I like lamb. I like hot cross buns. I like wine. And I especially
You know how anything that taste goooood must be baaaaad for you? Well, it’s true. For example, try cooking a French dish without butter. It’ll taste merde.
Suggest making pizza without cheese? Vaffanculo
. Or how about Barry’s tea without milk? G’way and sh*te.
In short, it doesn’t work. However, I...Read More
Oh crap. The half price Easter Eggs are here. That means that my tired resistance-devoid brain will reckon that instead of spending €3.79 on a bag of Maltesers I’d be muuuuuch better off, and farrrrr more frugal if I just bought an Easter egg instead. Or two. Or three....Read More
This weekend I decided to bite the baking bullet. Inspired by the interesting recipes and beautiful imagery of Like Mama Used To Bake
and Modern Farmette
I reckoned the time had come that I get the heck over my baking...Read More
is not to be outdone in the Valentine’s race, matching Lidl’s price of €3.99 for a dozen roses! Is it just me or is anybody else baffled they can go so cheap? It was only a few Celtic Tiger years ago that a dozen...Read More
Lidl has laid down the gauntlet. A dozen roses for €3.99. Seriously. They’ve undercut Aldi’s version by a euro. Now that’s some going, but not unique – Dunnes also has a €3.99 bunch, in store now.
Other Valentines offers this week include champagnes from €22.99 (although their Saturday specials include...Read More
Right, let’s address the elephant in the room. We all eat Nutella by the spoonful. It’s not pretty, it’s not smart, but it is probably the single most satisfying thing you could ever do with a spoon and a jar. It has comforted me through times of heartbreak, worry...Read More
These are absolute life savers for Leaving and Junior Cert. My son Adam, would swap, sell or get general favours for these.
When you’ve done one batch, note if you should have left it in the oven for longer or shorter time. My husband likes his cookies from the freezer,...Read More