My recipes are crafted with the love, care and hardwork rooted in authenitc Irish methods and history.
I have practically lived in my kitchen since November 22nd.
While I was visiting County Clare a few years ago, I stopped for lunch at The Wild Honey Inn in Lisdoonvarna.
This soup really was so easy to make. I like to add a little spice to my soups but you can of course omit these spices if you prefer.
One of my favorite treats to eat at christmas time is none other than traditional mince pies made with a melt in your mouth pastry.
These desserts are ideal for a dinner party for 4. You can make this ahead of time.
A jar of spiced apple chutney is perfect for the holiday's. Delicious with cold meats and cheeses.
I cannot for the life of me remember where I got this recipe.
It is scribbled on the back of yet another bank statement envelope
Granola is easy to make and easy to bake.
I have fond memories of these tasty morsels. My mother used to make them for our birthday parties every year.
Kerrygold Cashel Blue Cheese from the Grubbs family farm. Cashel, Co Tipperary.
Living in Texas, means I am rather spoiled for choice during the winter months when choosing a pumpkin.
My mother used a lot of fresh herbs, especially fresh thyme.
By soaking your dried fruits in cold tea it will give this loaf a wonderful flavor.
I have yet to see bruised fruit displayed as a centerpiece in someone’s home.
I am often asked for my soda bread recipe. During the lead up to St Patrick's Day, soda breads are front and center on store displays.