Following the success of last year, the Boyne Valley Food Series is coming back for the third time, running until October 30, with diverse food events and activities across the Boyne Valley region.
"I make this salad all year round, varying the salad content according to the seasons and availability but I like it best of all in spring" says Rory.
"This is a robust warming gratin made with one of my favourite winter vegetables, the cheap and cheerful swede turnip" says Rory O'Connell.
Perfect one for the weekend - guaranteed to get everyone to the table - Southern Fried Chicken from Chef Adrian Martin.
Rory loves this dish: "A loin or belly of pork, roast on the bone with the rind transformed to a crispy burnished golden cracking is a lovely sight and makes a delicious meal".
This is the sort of simple rice dish you will want to serve with some dishes when the rice is not intended to compete with the main dish but to accompany it as a nourishing and delicious starch. The object of the exercise is light fluffy separate grains of rice.
Following the positive reaction to Rory O'Connell's first series last spring, he's flying ahead with his second series with the second episode on RTÉ One tonight.
Rory O'Connell shares his recipe for Black Eyed Beans with Oyster Mushrooms from his RTÉ One How to Cook Well...programme and he says: "These beans are perhaps the easiest pulse of all to identify with their cartoon like black eyes."
These comforting upside down buttermilk and lemon puddings with caramel and pineapple are best eaten warm, though they are still delicious at room temperature...at any time of year.
The goats cheese is simply pushed into the tart base, sprinkled with thyme leaves and then the savoury batter is poured over. The tomatoes are used in a little salsa-like oil that accompanies it.
RTÉ Lifestyle spent a day with Irish chef and Whirlpool Ambassador, Catherine Fulvio at Ballyknocken House learning all about the importance of using fresh herbs and ingredients in simple every day meals.
Health and taste come together in this delicious Courgette, Feta and Chive Tart. A wonderful pizza alternative by celebrity chef and Whirlpool ambassador, Catherine Fulvio.
Speaking about her recipe for white chocolate pannacotta with lime syrup and poppy seed brittle: "This is a lovely dessert and it's no too rich to finish a lunch or dinner with".
A delicious treat which would make a great brunch, lunch or tea any day!
A tasty start to the day.
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