Archive for December, 2011
Posted: 23 December '11 by Niall and Kelly
Merry Christmas to all of our readers – thanks for following our Belfast food blog in 2011. See you in 2012!
Categories: Site Messages
Posted: 15 December '11 by Niall
These Canederli – or Italian bread and cheese dumplings – are so good, you wouldn’t know the meatballs are just made with bread! Great for using up any stale bread you might have, they take no time at all to make and are really tasty.
Posted: 13 December '11 by Niall
Fancy spicing up your usual beef stew with a little West African flavour? Here’s a recipe for a traditional Senegalese stew called Mafe. A little chilli, some tomatoes and a spoonful of peanut butter gives the dish a quirky twist, and wonderful flavour!
Posted: 08 December '11 by Niall
Bar + Grill at James Street South is Niall McKenna’s latest venture and the newest addition to Belfast’s restaurant scene. The atmosphere is less formal than it’s sister restaurant, the award-winning James Street South – and it has a healthy emphasis on char-grilled steak!
Categories: Restaurant Reviews
Posted: 06 December '11 by Niall and Kelly
We were lucky enough to find the winning tag in Whyte & MacKay’s competition to win a very special bottle of MacKinlay’s Rare Old Highland Malt whisky, and when we got home last night there was an early Christmas present waiting on our doorstep.
Posted: 01 December '11 by Niall
Whether it’s Heston’s pine-scented effort or something more traditional, nothing says Christmas like a plate of sugar-dusted mince pies. Here’s our favourite recipe for mince pies, a mash-up of Delia Smith’s mincemeat and Ainsley Harriott’s wonderful, crumbly pastry – you’ll never bother with shop bought mince pies again!