Veggie Toad in the Hole

Some dishes are just nostalgic. They take you back to you as a kid, sitting at the kitchen table waiting for something glorious to arrive out of the kitchen. For

Rhubarb Compote

For something that’s so easy to make, compote is a saviour to have ready in the fridge. It’s perfect for livening up a bowl of ice-cream to create a dessert,

The Ultimate Smoked Salmon Sandwich

There are a few things in life that brighten up any day. One of those things is a great sandwich. A great sandwich is an art-form. Totally individual to every

Classic Pico de Gallo

Everyone needs a solid recipe for Pico de Gallo. It’s a great, fresh addition to any dish. Use fresh, ripe produce and this is guaranteed to be great every time!

Huevos Rancheros Burritos

The Monday after Easter Sunday is a ‘Bank Holiday’ in Ireland, which basically means the whole country shuts down and enjoys a day off en masse. The night before, however,

Blood Orange Pound Cake

I have this terrible problem. If I’m in the supermarket, farmers market, or anywhere basically, and I spot something interesting, I have to buy it. I never have a plan

Baked Cinnamon Doughnuts with a Vanilla Glaze

I don’t know many people who don’t enjoy a good doughnut. Sweet, soft, and delicious, they’re a guilty pleasure for many. But that’s what they are: guilty. Guilty of being

Raspberry Vinaigrette

Every year, Dublin has a wonderful craft fair that takes place over a few days. I spend those few days residing in the food section, as any sensible person would.

Brie & Fig Tartlet

Figs and cheese are a classic combination. Usually paired with a good goats cheese, I decided here to put it against something just a tad stronger; a creamy Brie. Anyone

Jam Tarts

Picnics require certain things. A good sandwich, a hot cup of tea, some wonderful scenery, and a sweet treat. For this trip, I’d already ticked off the first three, with