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Pot Roasted chicken with 40 cloves of garlic, colcannon and a creamy tarragon sauce

Pot Roasted chicken with 40 cloves of garlic, colcannon and a creamy tarragon sauce Don’t be scared at the amount of garlic in this deliciously tasty dish, real comfort food, my take on a typical roast chicken. 630 more words



The Celts celebrated Halloween as Samhain, ‘All Hallowtide’ – the ‘Feast of the Dead’, when the dead revisited the mortal world. The celebration marked the end of Summer and the start of the Winter months. 839 more words


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.


… there wasn’t much on offer so we ended up with a ham/gammon joint. 1,041 more words


Colcannon Cakes

These are perfect finger foods for babies and smalls. They are also yummy for adults (I added a bit of salt and scoffed about 4 while cooking these up for Sonny) . 277 more words


STATS! AKA I found a tape measure!

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


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