Chewy and crunchy at the same time, this sweet cereal is like a great to be eaten dessert. Pour milk on top, sprinkle it on your Lemon Curd, or eat it by the handful.
Nothing cheers up a cold and cloudy morning like the tart, vibrant flavour of lemon curd spread.
This aromatic rum features fruity depth and a spicy bite. Served straight up, on the rocks, or splashed in Coca-Cola, it's a showstopper and a definite walk off the beaten path compared to a pint or a glass of chardonnay. I recommend doubling and tripling the batches if you plan to give it as gifts.
The most appealing thing about chutneys, to me, is the sheer symphony of flavors it's possible to combine into one humble, easy-to-execute food. For the home cook without much experience, a chutney is a great place to start.
A classic meal that's sure to please. This recipe is served with traditional champ, slow-roasted mushrooms and cabbage
This soufflé would make a great starter.
Impossible to resist!
A great Sunday meal for all the family.
A reward on winter evenings.
Serve with a spread of butter and a wee cup of Irish Tea.
A great way to use leftover meat.
Put your leftover Sunday roast to use with this great snack.
Use over your leftover Sunday lamb with this tasty stir-fry recipe.
A perfect dish for leftover lamb.
Think outside the (lunch) box.
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