The title isn’t a misprint, I have indeed being making ginger bread with sweet potatoes and it has proven a big hit with….wait for it…..everybody!! Oh the joy; it can be tiresome trying to produce something that everyone enjoys fuss free so I was almost dancing when this cake was given all the thumbs up!… Continue reading Sweet Potato Ginger Bread
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
Sometimes, particularly when we are picking our battles wisely, we have to admit defeat and accept that our children will just not do what we want them too……in this instance I’m talking about them not eating a wide variety of vegetables….it just isn’t happening. Harry in fairness is pretty good, the rest…oh the rest…’tis like… Continue reading Hidden Veg, A Mama’s Secret!
Are you always looking for dinner inspiration? Well, let the bloggers help you! The lovely Sinéad over at Bumbles of Rice ran a great and very successful little series last year entitled ‘A Week in Dinners’, where she shared what her family had eaten for dinner everyday for a week, she invited other bloggers to… Continue reading What’s For Dinner?…….#weekindinners
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