Posted: 27 March '13 by Niall and Kelly
Whether you’re a rolling-pin rookie or a whizz with a whisk you can still bake up a storm in the kitchen this Easter with a baking hamper from McKinney’s specialty sugar!
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Posted: 24 May '12 by Niall and Kelly
Irish Potato Bread is definitely one of our great contributions to world cuisine, and an integral part of the Sunday Morning Fry. It’s simplicity itself to make, but so many recipes out there get it wrong. Here’s how my Mum makes it..
Posted: 24 February '12 by Niall
After missing our weekly appointment at Boojum, we thought we’d get our burrito fix by making our our homemade Mexican tortilla wraps. The recipe is pretty straightforward, but there is one trick – it’s all in the tea-towels!
Posted: 03 February '12 by Niall
Crisp, tangy and sour, Sauerkraut is an essential part in a whole range of classic German, French and Polish dishes, and even pops up in the venerated New York City hotdog! Armed with a huge Winter cabbage and a box of Kosher Salt, we went about making our own pickled cabbage..
Posted: 09 September '11 by Kelly
We’ve waited for 3 weeks or so, and the vodka has been well and truly infused with all of that lemon. It’s time to finish Catherine Fulvio’s Limoncello recipe!
Posted: 02 September '11 by Niall
Here’s a recipe for a classic spiced apple chutney. It’s so good with cheeses, pork pies, or some cold roast ham – and so easy to make!
Posted: 19 August '11 by Niall
Get your own piece of la dolce vita with Catherine Fulvio’s recipe for homemade Limoncello. The Italian liqueur is a specialty of the South of Italy and Sicily, usually served as a digestivo, and is bursting with lemon flavour – and alcohol!
Posted: 02 April '10 by Niall
There are times when only a juicy, meaty beef burger will do.. This is a slightly more upmarket take on the basic burger though, with a zingy onion relish and wholegrain mustard mayonnaise. I saw Oliver Dunne’s recipe on RTE’s “The Afternoon Show” and, apart from a few minor additions, thought that it was pretty..