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I had a pitaya sitting on my kitchen table, and had a sudden idea to make this! A beautifully light and cool breakfast- the sweet fragrance of the pitaya is complemented by the tangy yoghurt and lashings of golden honey. Fruit granola is optional but adds a lovely crunch.
What started as a sketch a day watercolour project has been turned into this! I loved exploring all the different coloured items and I was able to tick off a wish list of weird and wonderful fruit and veg I've always wanted to paint.
Sometimes we pretend we know about other cultures when we make a meal. Did you know that the origins of the word picnic are French? My apologies to all French people, I still have a lot to learn! But I do know that dessert is important, so I had to sneak in a few cookies :)
A not-so-traditional Irish salad but made with the gorgeous original, Irish farmhouse blue cheese; Irish Cashel Blue. Hazelnuts have long featured in Irish folklore and were seen to represent wisdom and poetic inspiration. Add some pear and spinach and you have a salad worthy of a saint! From a series of recipes to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day, gather your green shamrock, pin on your green badge and enjoy!
One of a series of St Patrick's Day recipes created to help you celebrate the day with authentic Irish food. Bacon and cabbage is a traditional Irish combination and I've added caraway to gently spice it up. The gorgeous whiskey sauce is delicious on bacon but works just as well poured over ice cream. You may not be able to get your hands on an authentic St Patrick's Day badge (they're even hard to find now in Ireland) but you can get your hands on some real Irish Bacon and Cabbage. Enjoy!
One of a series of St Patrick's Day recipes created to help you celebrate the day with authentic Irish food. These soda farls are quick and easy to make and can be enjoyed all year round, perfect for breakfast where they pair well with eggs or black pudding (Clonakilty is a well-loved black pudding in Ireland), great with stews and soups plus they also toast well. Enjoy.
Not only is this stuff delicious, it is also super easy to make. It’s also very versatile: you can have it for breakfast with porridge, or with yoghurt and granola. Or have it with vanilla ice cream as a dessert, yummy! You can make lots of variations, depending on what fruit is in season for example (use strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, plums or cherries in summer). The recipe works best with firm apples and pears, but I also find it a great way of using up fruit that has already gone a bit wrinkly.
I love baking and recently came up with this recipe for oatmeal-raisin cookies. They are really easy to make, and don't hesitate to experiment with the ingredients a bit by adding nuts, cranberries or whatever you like!
Illustrating my recipes has become almost a habit by now, I remember them by illustrating them :)