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STATS! AKA I found a tape measure!

DAILY BLOG #3
I found a tape measure! That is fantastic for someone who loves seeing numbers and results! I took time this morning AFTER BREAKFAST to measure myself and plan to record my stats every month to see how I’m doing. 307 more words

Daily Blog

Irish Meatloaf with Colcannon

A double recipe consisting in two simple, comforting and very taste components:  the meatloaf (without breadcrumbs) is very tasty thanks to the addition of abundant herbs and the potatoes were very rustic and tasty. 75 more words

Artandkitchen

Colcannon for Unexpected Guests

Until last Saturday, I didn’t know what Colcannon was.  I was given the ingredients and a recipe and was told to make it.  This is not a family recipe or some comfort food my kids will remember.  932 more words

A heart of colcannnon... Feeling the love...

A mixed plate if ever there was one but I always listen to my cravings and dish up accordingly.

A heart of colcannon awww
Fennel with lemon and Parmesan… 176 more words

Vegan

My mad weekly kitchen diary

Just a weekly bit of fun whereby I can natter about any culinary ‘inventions’, successes and disasters in the kitchen.

Sunday

… I did a non traditional roast that is relatively simple, and is another one of our favourites. 1,134 more words

Rambling

The Humble Spud

I get annoyed when people dismiss certain vegetables out of hand as ‘fattening’. I spoke with a lady the other day who said she couldn’t eat potatoes because they had too many ‘empty carbs’ and she questioned ‘what’s in them anyway?’ Firstly, you don’t have to eat potatoes for breakfast, lunch and tea. 593 more words

Mayo

Cal Ceannann

This is a traditional Irish dish.  Although the name literally translates as “White Cabbage,” the primary ingredient is potatoes.  57 more words

Food & Drink