Christmas Biscotti

I’m a firm believer in making Christmas gifts. Obviously, you have to splash out on the big stuff, but nothing says you care quite as much as a couple of

Lattice Blueberry Pie

I don’t know if you’ve heard about Storm Desmond, but it’s been battering the Irish for a few days now. Naturally, in an attempt to counter-act the effects of such

Stained Glass Christmas Cookies

I love a recipe that has a few uses. I also love Christmas Trees where you can eat the decorations.  Not that baubles and tinsel aren’t important… But having a

Roasted Parmesan Baby Artichokes

I am artichoke obsessed. Baby or Adult. It’s all good. Usually, I’m a boil ’em and eat ’em kinda gal, but baby artichokes require a bit of a finer approach.

Traditional Irish Potato Farls

There are some countries that do breakfast well, and some that don’t do it well at all.  My own personal favourites have always been Mexico (obviously), The US (if you’re

Cheesy Bruschetta Bites

I love Bruschetta. If it’s on the menu, you can be guaranteed I’ll order it. But it also makes a great lunch, or in this case, great nibbles! I don’t

Lime Coriander Fish Tacos

It starts with a marinade. A spicy, herby, fresh marinade, packed full of garlic, citrus, coriander and spices. It picks up speed with the toppings – fresh chunky guacamole, cheesy

Padron Peppers

The Russian Roulette of Foodies.  As in, Russian Roulette for sensible people/people without a deathwish. Basically what I’m saying is, some are mild, some are spicy. It’s the luck of

Garlic & Coriander Naan Bread

No indian curry is complete without a chewy outside, fluffy inside, aromatic naan bread, and it’s definitely worth being able to make your own!

Earl Grey, Honey & Lemon Madeleines

Autumn is a time for changing leaves, a chilly nip in the air (in Ireland anyway!), and warming, comfort food. Aside from Macaroni Cheese (the ultimate comfort food, in case