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Diuretic Diet. What I Ate on Day Four.

I was so busy on day four with housework and work work and visitors and doggie duties and motherhood duties that I didn’t really get much time to think about my meals and so they were almost a repetition of yesterdays. 379 more words


Dada Restaurant

Dada is an authentic Moroccan restaurant at 45 William street. Spacious rooms are designed in traditional dark red and gold colours. Its been almost 10 years since Dada opened their doors for Dublin foodies. 244 more words


Lamb koftas

I have been making lamb koftas for a few years now, but only about the last 3-4 times have I added the caramelized onion as an accompaniment and now I wouldn’t make them without them! 452 more words


Mustard- Balsamic Bean & Veggie Couscous (cheap & quick)

This has been one of my favourite lunches for a while now. Last year my flatmate would make massive couscous, pesto, and veggie salads, and then divide them up, store them in tubs in the fridge- and have lunch ready for a couple of days. 384 more words


Ras el Hanout Roasted Cauliflower and Cous Cous Salad

This month I’ve been particularly enjoying cooking with cauliflower, it’s meaty in texture and really versatile. Back in July whilst on my River Cottage veg course I made some pan fried muergez cauliflower that I absolutely loved, but since then I’ve somewhat neglected this tasty veg in favour of pumpkins, squash and courgettes. 424 more words

Student Meals

Fakeaway kebab- Lamb Kofte, Fattoush,Flatbread, Hummus - Midweek Feast...

We love Lamb – but as Lamb is a bit expensive, especially this time of year, I bought some Lamb mince from Aldi.

I am making a Fakeaway kebab, Lamb Kofte with a herby fattoush salad, garlicky houmous, soft homemade flatbread, ‘pickled’ red onion and leftover Cous Cous salad 😋 583 more words