I’m squishing this recipe in on the last day of July just to hop on the end of the Ice Cream Month bandwagon. And also to get a nice chocolate recipe up for the month. You can make these as a great treat for kids but my version uses dark chocolate which may be more […]
Nothing says Summer to me more than the arrival of Irish Strawberries in the shops. Or even better, the “Wexford Strawberries & New Potatoes for sale” signs on the roadside. I know we can get imported strawberries all year round now but they just don’t have the same flavour.
This one comes with a health warning. Or at least it should. This rich, creamy, chocolatey treat is my idea of heaven but even I can’t eat too much of it. That slice in the picture is far too much for one person to eat. I would recommend only making this Chocolate Truffle Cake when […]
A couple of weeks ago on Supplemental, Ed Smith mentioned a pear and ginger cake by Nadiya Hussain and I started researching loads of recipes. It took me a while to cop on to myself and realise that I’m not a fan of ginger cake so why would I think pears would change that?!
Biscotti. They’re those overpriced, tooth-cracking biscuits you get in large chain coffee shops, right? Well that’s what I thought. Until I tasted a homemade version.