Pan Seared John Dory fillets With Sauté Shiitake Mushrooms, Baby Gem Puree, And Samphire

Pan Seared John Dory fillets With Sauté Shiitake Mushrooms, Baby Gem Puree, And Samphire

This week we have a beautiful dish of pan seared John Dory fillets from Bryan McCarthy, head chef at Greene’s Restaurant in Cork. Ingredients 4 x John Dory fillets oil for frying salt and white pepper 1 tbsp butter 300g samphire, blanched 300g shiitake mushrooms, sliced For the baby gem puree 1 x shallot, diced […]

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Marmite And Poached Egg

Marmite And Poached Egg

This recipe for Marmite and poached egg on crumpet is the perfect substantial breakfast. The smear of Marmite really adds that extra umph of umami. Ingredients  4 eggs 8g Marmite for squeezing and spreading 4 crumpets 20g butter 2 large mushrooms (optional) Method Fill a deep saucepan with water and bring to the boil. Reduce […]

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Tangy Salad Dressing With A Surprise Ingredient!

Tangy Salad Dressing With A Surprise Ingredient!

Bring an added dimension to your salads, with this smooth Lyle’s Golden Syrup dressing that really brings out their flavour. Ingredients 200ml (7fl oz) extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp Lyle’s Golden Syrup 1 tbsp white wine vinegar 1 rounded tsp Dijon mustard salt & freshly ground black pepper Method Combine the olive oil with […]

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Chicken & Chorizo Stew Recipe From Sadies Kitchen

Chicken & Chorizo Stew Recipe From Sadies Kitchen

September is National Chicken Month and at Sadie’s Kitchen, they know just how important it is to use good quality chicken when making delicious bone broth. That’s why they use only the finest Irish free range chicken meat and bones. Slowly simmered with fresh vegetables, herbs and organic apple cider vinegar, their comforting chicken bone […]

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Raspberry Brownies

Raspberry Brownies

The annual back-to-school week heralds the blackberry season. They’re freely available up and down the country so once you find a good spot, get all the kids involved and pick as many as you can.  Blackberries are a real superfruit and freeze very well for using in your baking through the year.  You may have […]

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Airfield Festival of Food 2018

Airfield Festival of Food 2018

Airfield Estate are turning up the heat on the annual Airfield Festival of Food, which takes place at the award-winning urban food and farm destination in Dublin on Saturday September 8th and Sunday September 9th. The free festival, now in its fourth year, promises more to see, do and eat than ever before. The festival […]

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Siúcra’s Pear and Vanilla Jam

Siúcra’s Pear and Vanilla Jam

Add some sunshine to your morning with this summer preserve from Siúcra, which has a wonderful golden colour with dark specks of vanilla. The subtle flavour of the pears is lifted with the vanilla and the combination is both fragrant and sweet. While the thought of making jam may sound daunting, Siúcra Sure Set Jam […]

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Summer Bruschetta

Summer Bruschetta

I realise that the weather is still a little unseasonably cooler than we like. When it’s raining outside (again) it might be hard to think of Summer meals, but there is some great Irish produce available in the supermarkets and farmer’s markets nationwide. Fresh broad beans are just appearing in the supermarket and there’s no […]

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Pay For Your Lunch With Kindness

Pay For Your Lunch With Kindness

Kindness as currency – that’s the aim of the game for Gosh! free-from food and its pop-up event in Dublin next month. August 10th and 11th sees the arrival of the Kindness Café in Dublin, where members of the public will receive a free lunch by simply pledging an act of kindness. Hosted by Gosh! […]

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Playstival With The Happy Pear

Playstival With The Happy Pear

Playstival with The Happy Pear is Ireland’s brand new children’s festival dedicated to play, fun and imagination. Set across two days on Saturday August 11th and Sunday August 12th at Ireland’s largest urban farm Airfield Estate in Dundrum, Dublin 14, the focus of Playstival is to ‘go back to basics’ and experience a more innocent […]

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