Bread gets a bit of a raw deal these days, which is a shame, as it’s been a staple in Irish homes for centuries now. While I completely agree that white flour can play havoc with a person’s digestive system, I myself would feel extremely bloated after it, it’s worth noting that there are other… Continue reading Bringing Bread Back
Tomorrow sees the arrival of Pancake Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, so called as pancakes were traditionally eaten this day because they were made out of the main foods available, sugar, fat , flour and eggs. The consumption of these foods was restricted during the fasting associated with Lent and so pancakes were made.… Continue reading Pancake Tuesday
Before I start, I would like to wish you all a very happy & healthy new year, may 2012 be all you want it to be and more. I’m determined to get my 2012 off to a healthy start and what better way to start than by re-creating the Health Loaf from Lilly Higgins beautiful… Continue reading Happy New Year!
I make brown bread and soda bread regularly however when it comes to white bread, mine is just never quite as I like it. Kevin however seems to just have a knack for it and his white bread turns out perfect every time. Having cooked many different recipes and used many different method he has… Continue reading Everyday White Bread
Scrambled eggs are always a hit in our house, both my husband and girls love tucking into this homely breakfast. Ingredients – Serves 3 1 Tbsp Rapeseed Oil (or whatever oil you have) 6 Eggs 1-2 Tbsp Milk Salt & Freshly Ground Black Pepper 1 Tbsp Mayonnaise (recipe for homemade can be found here http://simplyhomemade-nic.blogspot.com/2011/07/mayonnaise.html )… Continue reading Scrambled Eggs