So the Great British Spud Off is on the lookout for Irish entries – they want to know who can grow most from a single spud. Plus expect seeds & spud heads aplenty at the Organic Centre Potato Day in Leitrim this weekend.
This week, I have, Santa-like, a rather large quantity of O’Donnells crisps to give away – 5 boxes worth to be exact. That’s if I don’t eat them all first, of course…
I have both a sample of the new range of Keogh’s crisps to give away and an excellent idea for what to do with them (a.k.a. the mighty crisp toastie)
If you want to put yourself & your food out there & don’t mind a bit of public scrutiny, then there are big prizes to be had, whether via the MasterChef route, or through Cully & Sully’s Chef Factor competition
These ginger-not-so-snaps – cookies sweet with sugar and honey and laced with lemon – are a nod to my childhood baking, and to my Da, who ate, for better or worse, all that I made
Project Food Blog Challenge 3: the luxury dinner party. I’m going with an Irish menu all the way, including (ooh fancy!) a tri-coloured Irish vegetable terrine
A vegetable soup with roasted aubergines inspired by Cully & Sully and their ChefFactor competition
Prompted by Project Food Blog, I finally take on the challenge of making Norwegian lefse – the flattest of potato flatbreads