Old-fashioned rum pot

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.

Barm Brack

From: The Afternoon Show

Serve with a spread of butter and a wee cup of Irish Tea.

Yellaman (Honey Comb)

From: The Afternoon Show

Yellaman is thick and sweet and much tradition lies behind it.

Fruit Skewers with Yogurt Dip and Hazelnut Crumble

From: The Afternoon Show

A great tasting snack that takes only minutes to make!

Fresh Goat and Sheep's Cheese Soufflé

From: The Afternoon Show

This soufflé would make a great starter.

Cranberry and Fig Chutney

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.

Tomato and Bell Pepper Soup

From: The Afternoon Show

Think outside the (lunch) box.

Beef Bourguignon

From: The Afternoon Show

A great Sunday meal for all the family.

Spiced Nuts

From: The Afternoon Show

A selection of nuts coated in spices and sure to please your party guests.




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