So, after several years of terribly trendy kale, it seems that cabbage is the new rising star. But, food trend or no, isn’t it ok to have both?
A summer vegetable tian – otherwise known as a quiche in search of a crust – with slow-roasted herby tomatoes and courgettes – ’tis the Mediterranean on a plate
A new national dish for Ireland? That’s what they’re looking for at the Só Sligo Food Festival. Wonder would my Irish coleslaw recipe stand a chance?
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
Cirque de Légume perform as part of the Temple Bar Summer Sensational – a more creative use of vegetables I have not seen!
I finally get to try out a recipe involving rhubarb and beetroot tweeted to me by Michelin-starred chef Martijn Kajuiter – let me tell you, it was worth the wait.
George Frideric Handel, saturated fat, the war on carbs and musically-shaped duchesse potatoes – we’ve got it all here…
My garden yields up its latest treasure – some lovely roots of salsify. It may look like a poor cousin to the parsnip but tastes much better – think asparagus and you’re there.