Nevens Recipes - Rib-eye steak with little gem & Cashel Blue dressing
Rib-eye steak with little gem & Cashel Blue dressing
Rib-eye steak with little gem & Cashel Blue dressing
If you omit the salmon this would also make a great side dish to a spring roast. It’s incredibly easy to prepare and is just the thing to make when you want something delicious after a busy day.
Something delicious for the Easter table.Including some seasonal cup cakes.
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Although you need to sear off the steaks to give them a bit of colour this really is just a one-pot wonder. Juniper berries are available from all large supermarkets with the rest of the spices and are what give gin its distinctive flavour.
This is an excellent stew for making a large batch of and freezing half for another day. It will freeze well in plastic storage containers or freezer bags for up to two months. You can use any selection of root vegetables you fancy such as parsnips or turnip depending on what is available.Click here for full details.
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Surprise the one you love with this delicious breakfast that you should have on a tray in less than half an hour. Use smoked paprika if you can for a more authentic flavour but the regular one will also pack a punch.
Serves 4This is actually very similar to a classic omelette ArnoldBennett. Properly cooked it is absolutely delicious and I’ve no doubt yourguests will savor every mouthful. If you are really short of time substitutesmoked mackerel fillets and flake as for the recipe, this will save you havingto poach the fish.
This is one of those dishes that it is worth taking a trip to the Oriental supermarket for and the finished result will taste better than any Chinese takeaway. There you will find Chinese dried mushrooms and shrimps, not to mention a fantastic range of rice noodles to choose from.
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Marty goes behind the scenes at this years Wexford Opera festival as preparations are made for the opening night - 2014
Friday Night treats SWEET POTATO WEDGES Serves 4
Sticky Toffee pudding and whiskey butternut squash Serves 8
Gratin of hake with prawns, spinach and pesto
Pancetta, Italian streaky bacon would also be perfect for this recipe. It really is a very simple dish but properly executed can be exquisite.
Jack drops into Marty for chat about upcoming gigs including his involvement in Culture Night 2014 and gives Marty his version of something rather interesting!
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Smoked Salmon and Leek Quiche
Pesto Stuffed Chicken Breast
Hayley Westenra joins Marty in the studio for the chat and selected traks from her New Album ahead of her concert in Dublin
Somthing for the weekend that's in it!
Pancakes:Bannana and Butterscotch and Warm Potato Pancake with Mushrooms andCrème Fraîche
Left overs Turkey/ Chicken Satay Vegetable Noodles This recipe is great to use up any leftover turkey from Christmas Day. It packs a powerful flavour punch and is just the ticket after the excesses of the festive season. Stir-frying is a traditional Chinese cooking technique that’s very easy to master.
Ludivico joins Marty in studio for a chat, and a selection of tracks from his new album.Ahead of his concerts in Dublin November 2013
8th November- Auntie Maureen’s Plum Pudding
Inbetween hovering and unpacking Katherine lets marty in on some of the events in her work and life over the last number of months
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Brian talks to Marty about his work, his life in LA and Dublin, and about his involvement with 'Heartbeat of Home'. A music and dance spectacular featuring the dynamic, vibrant components of traditional Irish, Latin and Afro-Cuban music and dance.
Neven introduces Marty to some 'end of summer idea's for the Bar B Q before it needs to be packes away until next year!
Neven Joins Marty for a chat about two courgette recepies.
The first Museum in the world to be dedicated to lyrical opera Books, sketches, scenography, costumes and scene décor. Until September celebrates the life of Luciano Pavarotti
Severiano explains the background to some of the more famous wines from the region. Including some favorites...
Marty speaks to some more members of theTravel Department group.
Russian soprano Olga Peretyatko was born and raised in St. Petersburg. She started her musical career at the age of 15, singing in the children’s choir of the Mariinsky Theatre. She completed a course as a choirmaster and then enrolled to study singing at the Hanns Eisler-Hochschule für Musik in Berlin.
Marty speaks to some of the audience at Aida in the arena. And meets the winner of the Marty in the Morning &Travel Department competition.
Some musical presents to take home to Ireland.
Sant'Anastasia Sant'Anastasia is a church of the Dominican Order in Verona, northern Italy.
As the name suggests, this is one of the oldest taverns in town (1890) — though there was an inn on the site as early as the 16th century. With a cellar the stuff of legend containing thousands of bottles of fine wine, and good, home-cooked traditional fare from the kitchen.
Marty speaks to Paolo Gavazzeni the Artistic Director of the Arena di Verona
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