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Kale Risotto

Kale has really become something of a trendy vegetable in the past few years. It is apparently a very nutritious green and I got to know it and appreciate it here in Ireland. 460 more words

Omnivore

Good Evening

Hiya again!  So I was cooking this evening and thought I’d post what I made :)

Miss likes red meat so I got steaks and she loves colcannon and we had some left over mozzarella so I made cucumber, tomato and mozzarella stacks.   78 more words

The One Minute and Thirty Second Eggs with Tomatoes Breakfast or How I Eat without a Kitchen

I’m a girl who likes her breakfast hot.  Except when I don’t.  And then I want Greek yogurt and fresh fruit with my homemade granola. 424 more words

Eggs

Cauliflower Colcannon

   I have written about the Irish cold salad, colcannon, before (here). I wrote how it is oftentimes served at tea. It’s a rustic mash of potatoes and cabbage mainly, with a few accent flavours. 132 more words

Caramelized Cabbage Colcannon

I read a lot about food.
My meanderings through the cuisines of various cultures isn’t simply a cursory view. A dish has history. For example, when most people think of a country a specific dish usually comes to mind: Italy has pasta, Japan has sushi, Germany has sausage and Ireland has potatoes. 396 more words