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Lip-smacking Lamb

Lip-smacking Lamb

Bring out your romantic side and serve your loved one a “valentine” steak for a date night at home. Cut from the tender lamb loin, valentine steaks are essentially two chops butterflied and flattened to make one chop instead of two. Their swoon-some shape are just perfect for showing you care. Tender valentine steaks are […]

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Scotch Quail Eggs

Scotch Quail Eggs

If you haven’t checked out our competition to win a copy of Dermot Seberry’s book “A Culinary Journey In The North East”, do check it out. In the meantime, we have a great recipe for scotch quail eggs to share with you. Our mouths are watering.

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The Perfect Christmas Ham

The Perfect Christmas Ham

This week we’ve the tips for the perfect Christmas Ham. If you have a Christmas dining or cooking dilemma that you need help with, simply comment below or on our Facebook page and we’ll do our best to source the answer!

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Christmas Turkey Tips

Christmas Turkey Tips

This week we’ve some Christmas turkey tips with thanks to Bord Bia.  If you have a Christmas dining or cooking dilemma that you need help with, simply comment below or on our Facebook page and we’ll do our best to source the answer!

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Childhood Christmas Memories

Childhood Christmas Memories

We all build ourselves up to that Christmas Day dinner, but what happens when it doesn’t go according to plan? Here Barbara Elliott tells us about a great memory she has from her childhood.

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Ban Christmas Stress - Top Tips On How To Carve The Perfect Turkey

Ban Christmas Stress – Top Tips On How To Carve The Perfect Turkey

It’s the climax of Christmas Day – and also the biggest cause of stress and the most likely reason for arguments with loved ones.  Carving the Christmas turkey can turn what should be a joyful family meal into a war zone.  This Christmas Irish families will cook and consume over 700,000 turkeys, yet very few […]

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Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Butter

Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Butter

Just in time for the festive season, Andrew Rudd’s first cookbook was published in 2014: ‘Entertaining with Andrew Rudd’, (€24.99) offering mouthwatering recipes and inspiring party ideas. Available now in bookstores nationwide and online at www.dubraybooks.ie it’s the perfect present and a great addition to any cook’s book shelf! ‘Entertaining with Andrew Rudd’ was inspired […]

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Arancini Risotto Balls with Wild Mushrooms

Arancini Risotto Balls with Wild Mushrooms

Andrew Rudd is well known from his work as a Chef, regularly featuring on TV, radio and in print. Now based in Medley, Dublin most exciting private venue, Andrew regularly hosts events, large and small, from launches and weddings, to tasting evenings and corporate events. To celebrate the launch of his first cookbook, Andrew will […]

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Bombay Pantry’s Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe

Bombay Pantry’s Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe

After recently securing the title of “Ireland’s Best Indian Takeaway” at last week’s Just Eat.ie National Takeaway Awards, 2016 has turned into an amazing year for Bombay Pantry. On the night, it was also declared that Chicken Tikka Masala has now overtaken The Spicebag phenomenon as “Ireland’s Favourite Takeaway Dish” and we have the perfect […]

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Colcannon

Colcannon

What is Colcannon anyway? It’s a traditional Irish dish enjoyed anytime of the year but particularly at Hallowe’en, or as it’s called around here, Samhain.  There are a number of methods of making Colcannon, it is nearly as contentious a recipe as that for Dublin Coddle.

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