I was saving this recipe until later in the year to post but there’s a right bang of Autumn in the air these evenings. There will be plenty of curries, soups and stews in my near future. And apple and blackberry desserts. I’m starting to turn to comfort food already and this Bangers and Mash with […]
I had planned to post a recipe for lamb this week. Then I discovered that this week is National Vegetarian Week so I decided to go with this Mexican Sweet Potato and Black Bean Salad instead.
I love street food. That won’t come as any surprise to those who read this blog regularly. I love the casual dining concept and buying samples of inexpensive food that is usually bursting with flavour. So my friends who know me well, took me to Pop Brixton and I was in heaven. Both times I […]
After my recent dalliance with healthy eating, I’m back with a heavy cream sauce. I know sundried tomatoes are considered a bit retro, and not in a cool way, but I recently picked up a packet at a bargain price and was planning to throw them into a salad. Then I remembered this dish that […]
I’ve been meaning to share this recipe for Creamy Potato Salad with Chorizo for some time now. I thought with the Bank Holiday approaching, you might be looking for ideas for food to make for a barbecue and this is the perfect side.
Contrary to what you might think from reading this blog, I don’t cook potatoes all that often. Maybe once a fortnight. That’s very little for an Irish household!
This dish started out as individual Pommes Anna, a traditional French dish of thinly sliced potatoes cooked in a large amount of butter and seasoned simply with salt and pepper.
Frittata – a great ‘fast food’, perfect for brunch lunch or a light midweek meal. More robust than an omelette and it can be served hot or at room temperature.