Vegetarian Moussaka

Another very easy recipe and a great way to get your five a day. You can really use any vegetables that you happen to have in the house, I've used Lidl frozen stir fry before and it works just as well but for this one I used: One aubergine 50g chopped white onion 50g sliced... Continue Reading →

Cakes and bakes

For some reason I was in a baking mood yesterday....a very rare occurrence in this household. Above was meant to be a Chocolate Fudge Cake (minus the fudge) because I didn't condensed we googled how to make fudge sauce without failed. The brown part of the cake is with chocolate fudge topping but... Continue Reading →

A book launch by the sea

Thursday evening saw the launch of 'The Surf Cafe Cook Book'. It is a beautiful book by Jane and Myles Lamberth (with Shannon Denny). Jane and Myles are the proprietors of the wonderful Shells Seaside Bakery and Cafe. Shells is a wonderful cafe in the heart of Strandhill. I've had many a breakfast in there... Continue Reading →

SaucepanKids Cooking Demonstration

Saucepan Kids is a great new website inspiring and encouraging kids to grow and cook their own food. They had a 'cooking with kids' demonstration in Source Sligo Cookery School. We were shown how to make fresh herb pesto. With herbs grown from the Saucepan Kids garden. It smelt amazing and tasted wonderful. It's also... Continue Reading →

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