Sag Aloo

The most important message from this post is MAKE IT, you won’t regret it I promise. I made this to accompany a curry that we were having, in an effort to boost the vegetable count […]

Roast Tomato Soup

Need a delicious soup to get you through this cold snap, well here it is. Quick, simple and tasty…just what the doctor ordered. Ingredients: 8 medium tomatoes, halved 6 cloves of garlic ( less if […]

Gone Fishin'

Like a lot of Irish people I’m very aware that I don’t eat enough fish. I love fish, I’ll usually order it when I’m out but I don’t cook a huge amount of it when […]

Ras El Hanout Lamb Shanks | Two Ways

Lamb shanks are probably my favourite cut of lamb, slow cooked they yield a surprising amount of delicious meat that just falls off the bone. I had picked up some Ras el Hanout in Tesco […]

Oreo and Strawberry Tart.

You know when you promise to bake something with the children, but then it turns out that you don’t have all the ingredients! Well this happened a few weeks ago and the most wonderful little […]

Cheese and Wild Garlic Pesto Scones

So last Sundays woodland walk yielded masses of wild garlic…which I turned into both wild garlic pesto and potato and wild garlic soup…both were delicious. I was looking for other ways to use up my […]

Guinness and Treacle Bread

This recipe was given to me by my sister. I made it several times and then misplaced the recipe. I tried a number of other recipes but none tasted just right. Then one day recently […]