Eggs; easily the most versatile food product known to man. I do believe as long as you have eggs and porridge oats to hand you will never be hungry. We have eggs for lunch regularly in some shape or form. It’s hard to beat the simplicity of a boiled egg with soda bread fresh from the… Continue reading Indian Spiced Frittata
Dauphinoise Potatoes, or Garlic Potatoes as they are often referred to, are a real treat aren’t they? I have to be honest, I don’t follow a recipe as such for Dauphinoise Potatoes, here’s a quick step by step to how I make them. You will need: Potatoes Garlic Cream Grated Cheese of choice Then: Firstly… Continue reading Dauphinoise Potatoes
I love my cookbooks, LOVE them! I have quite a few, I take them out, I read them, I make mental notes of the dishes I’m going to cook, put them back on the shelf; take them out and look at them again, make a mental note of how many of the children will eat the… Continue reading Love Your Cookbooks with Life on Hushabye Farm
As I mentioned previously the Irish Parenting Blog Awards are happening on the 25th April. One of my favourite brands, Glenisk are the headline sponsor of the awards. To celebrate their sponsorship of the awards they are running a great competition for bloggers. I did submit this entry already, which was a delicious treat I made… Continue reading Glenisk Chicken Curry
I love Autumn, for me it signals the start of soup season 🙂 We have copious amounts of soup over the Autumn/Winter months, it’s so versatile, super nutritious and, if you’ve got fussy children, a bowl of blended vegetable soup is perfect, fill them full of vitamins and minerals without them even realising it. Stuck… Continue reading It’s Autumn, it’s Soup Season!