Posts Tagged christmas

Spud Sunday: The Christmas Roastie Rhyme

It’s that Christmas roastie time of year, and while the fat for your roast potatoes is a matter a choice, it’s the dry matter that matters when it comes to the crunch

Spud Sunday: Cheese & Roasties

By now it’s a fixture in the potato calendar, the annual Daily Spud Christmas roastie round-up – I also had a few words to say in today’s Sunday Times on the subject of Irish cheese

Spud Sunday: Christmas Spuds

Christmas dinner preparation gets underway and there will be roast potatoes, trifle and more

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Spud Sunday: Frosty The Roastie

Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without a post on the subject of roast potatoes. This year I consider the question of freezing your par-boiled and ready-to-roast spuds – a good idea or a compromise too far?

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Danish Cookies, Irish Butter

Butter cookies, a recipe made with Kerrygold Irish butter and inspired by the Danish butter cookies of Christmas past

Spud Sunday: ‘Twas The Day After Christmas

Redcurrant chutney, a new addition to the Christmas table

Spud Sunday: Roasties Revisited

Roast potatoes are an essential part of Irish Christmas dinner, but which potatoes make the best roasties? 5 different types of potato later, we have a winner…

The Cup Of All Fears

Butterscotch-glazed coffee shortbread bars: a gorgeous entry for the International Holiday Cookie Recipe Exchange & successfully executed, my cup measurement phobia notwithstanding