As soon as the Autumn chill arrives in the air, warmer dishes appear on the weekly menu replacing the array of cold suppers that were consumed during the summer months. This is my go to fish pie recipe, I have published it on the blog in the past, a post which needed updating, so here it is… Continue reading Fish Pie
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 know, it’s August, not a time of year you’d normally associate with warm, comforting dishes such as this. However, it’s August in Ireland, it’s wet, grey and cold making comfort food totally acceptable. Shepherd’s pie is made with lamb, if you use beef, it’s cottage pie, not shepherd’s. Apparently if you scatter breadcrumbs over the potato… Continue reading Shepherd’s Pie
Ireland’s national day is fast approaching, St. Patrick’s Day. Parade’s will happen all over the country and traditional meals will be eaten…..probably! I’m not sure if it was just our house and my Nana’s, but when I was growing up, St. Patrick’s Day dinner was always Bacon & Cabbage, always. It’s not a dinner I’m… Continue reading Bacon & Cabbage……with a twist!
Wholesome and hearty are two words that spring to mind when I think of the Curried Vegetable Soup recipe I am about to share. It is filling, has a nice selection of vegetables and a little hint have spice that can be altered to suit your taste. The vegetables can be varied depending on what you… Continue reading Lunchtime Goodness