This Paddy's Day is a busy one in our house as we're off to the seaside! So, to keep you going, here's an old post which ticks the green tinged boxes for today!
Happy St. Patrick's Day all!!
We don’t do salads in Ireland. Oh, of course they’re available, but we...Read More
Just back from France, and ooh la la, how lovely the short break was! We basically ate, read and slept, which is how every good weekend break should be. More to come on that, but in the meantime, here's a recipe that I did on the first night over...Read More
To very precise about this dish, the boyfriend cooked this leg of lamb. I prepared it, marinaded it and served it, but he cooked it. I had been on an increasingly rare (for good reason, is it just me or is the hangover getting more vicious every year?) night...Read More
This weekend I faced a momentous task; not since the Amazon was navigated, the North Pole traversed and the earth's atmosphere breached has such an epic challenge been faced.
I cooked for my mother-in-law.
Don't get me wrong, I am very very lucky, my mother-in-law is an absolute lady, and would...Read More
I'm guilty of a little blogger-licence here; the 'towers' are pretty much just my way of assorting potatoes on a plate and attempting to make it look arty-farty. I add these to dishes such as Surf n'Turf, Stuffed Pork Tenderloin, Griddled Steak and all kinds of Grrr-I'm-All-That-Is-Man-Hear-Me-Roar dishes.
The recipe for steak with whiskey sauce is as simple as, well, the ‘soup, steak and cake’ that us Irish are famous for. It’s less of a recipe, more basic instructions really, as any old caveman/woman can cook steak, which is why our Dads are always so determined to...Read More
These look great, taste great, but are a bit of a pain in the a*se, so if you’re going to cook them, I suggest you fill every ramekin in the house and get a couple of days out of them. Or of course, if you have a big family,...Read More