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So Simple and So Tender

Winter may seem like crock-pot season, but I’m here today to convince you otherwise. We were on the verge of a six-month long “winter” this year, and yet the slow-cooker made an appearance only once that I can recall. 753 more words

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Colcannon…a classic….

“Did you ever eat Colcannon, made from lovely pickled cream?
With the greens and scallions mingled like a picture in a dream.
Did you ever make a hole on top to hold the melting flake… 736 more words


Irish Feast Leftovers: Salmon Colcannon Cakes

I love fish, but I don’t cook it often. For one thing, it’s expensive. For another, it doesn’t save or reheat well. One of the keys to tiny kitchen cooking is efficiency. 682 more words

Recipes And Cooking

We're Back!

We had so much fun on our adventure! We drove over 3000 miles, and saw 20 states. It was nice to get to visit with family and have some new experiences. 263 more words


Happy belated Saint Patrick’s day! In honor of my Irish heritage, I decided to make a delicious Irish feast. Inspired by a recipe found on Buzzfeed, I cooked up rib-eye steak (I couldn’t find cuts with bone at Whole Foods) with a Guinness Stout sauce, kale Colcannon (without bacon), and simple sauteed rosemary carrots. 30 more words

An Irish Feast: Poached Salmon and Colcannon

Since I was young, my Irish family has celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a feast. My mother cooks up a big Irish meal—corned beef, cabbage, carrots, peas, boiled potatoes, and soda bread—and we take the time to relax as a family. 982 more words

Recipes And Cooking

Saint Patrick's Day 2014

On todays menu:

  • Beer Braised Bangers and Colcannon Mash Potatoes with Roasted Cabbage, Bacon and Cheddar
  • Wood Oven Fired Roasted Cabbage
  • Roasted Corned Beef with Root Vegetable Perfume with Horse Radish Sauce…
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