I am not one of those people who plans my Instagram feed. When I take a picture of something and post it, nine times out of ten, it is exactly what you see, on the table waiting for me (or a child) to tuck in. When I posted my breakfast this morning, I wasn’t ready… Continue reading Fruity Breakfast Bread for Anytime of Day!
Barmbrack, Báirín Breac or Tea Brack is somewhere between a fruit cake and a tea bread. The Brack is a traditional Halloween bake that would have small items, such as a coin to represent wealth, a piece of cloth to represent poverty, a ring to represent marriage, wrapped and stirred into the mix before being baked.… Continue reading Vegan Tea Brack
I love Christmas Pudding, and I can’t recall a Christmas as a child where it wasn’t a big feature in our house during the festive season. My Nana, my Mam’s mother, used to make puddings for all the family. She used the old traditional cloth method . These were the darkest, richest, most aromatic, moist puddings I… Continue reading Christmas Pudding
I first dried fruit slices last year, oranges, lemons and apples to be precise, though I have to be honest, my dried apples weren’t very successful so this year I will keep it to just oranges and lemons. This is super easy to do. Preheat your oven to 140C/120C Fan. Line a couple of baking… Continue reading Dried Oranges
Jack was looking forward to watching Caoimhe play violin with their schools orchestra in the National Opera House here in Wexford. However, he was struck down with croup, as he often is, and so was unable to go. He wasn’t best pleased so I figured compensation for missing the event was in order. I told… Continue reading Movie Night -Netflix #StreamTeam