When they are cooked this way, courgettes are so creamy that you end up with a low-fat soup without even noticing. Give a little bowl of this to your children before dinner when they are starving and they will have eaten one of their 5-a-day before you know it
A delicate soup that makes the best use of any celery have you left over in your fridge.
One of the healthiest, lightest, loveliest and easy-to-make soups you can have in your cooking repertoire. We adapted it from a recipe we found in Colman Andrew’s ‘The Country Cooking of Ireland’.
Steak Tartare is easy to make at home as long as you have access to a good butcher and can find a very fresh free-range egg. There are so many variations of this recipe so please adapt it to your taste.
Potato is used in a traditional Irish stuffing which can be used to stuff pork. We use thyme but you can also use sage or parsley or a mixture of all three.
Proscuitto di San Danielle is a Protected Designation of Origin (POD) Italian cured ham from the Friuli Venezia Giulia region around…
A staple in the repertoire of traditional Irish cooking. White pepper is used in this recipe but you can replace it with finely ground black pepper though you will see black specks in the finished soup.
Hardly even a recipe, more a classic combination. + A recipe for celeriac butter.
How to make tortilla chips at home using leftover tortilla wraps.