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Creamy Coconut Porridge Recipe

Creamy Coconut Porridge Recipe With Figs And Blueberries by The Food DNA

On these chilly mornings we all need a warm comforting breakfast. Something to fuel us up and put a pep in our step for the day! Here is my super easy recipe for creamy coconut porridge with figs and blueberries. Full of fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Rich, hearty, comforting bowl of deliciousness – the …

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St. Patrick’s Day Mint Brownies Recipe by Siúcra and Catherine Fulvio

Decadent, rich chocolate brownies topped with honeycomb and a helping of mint ice-cream are the perfect St. Patrick’s Day treat. Siúcra and Catherine Fulvio have created the perfect recipe for you to whip up at home this St Patrick’s Day. Ingredients: – Mint chocolate ice-cream, to serve – Mint sprigs, to garnish For the brownie …

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Asian-Style Seared Beef Salad Recipe From Phil Vickery’s Ultimate Diabetes Cookbook

This Asian-Style Seared Beef Salad recipe from the Low Carb Express book is a beautiful dish that is sure to impress friends and family at dinner parties. Whole cuts of meat, such as steaks, are only ever contaminated by bacteria on the outside of the meat, which are destroyed during cooking even if the middle …

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Short Ribs Recipe

Braised Killenure Dexter Beef Short Ribs

Why not treat yourself to this Braised Killenure Dexter Beef Short Ribs recipe from Executive Chef Tao at SABA Dublin. This authentic dish is served with lemongrass and chilli vermicelli noodles. Saba is an award winning Thai and Vietnamese Eatery on Clarendon Street and Baggot Street, Dublin. Saba, which means “happy meeting place” in Thai, serves …

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Louise Lennox Cuisine de France Collaboration

Coming Full Circle – Chef Louise Lennox on Her Most Memorable Food Moments

Louise Lennox is fast becoming quite the recognisable face on TV and the pastry chef and science lover turned educator is showing no signs of slowing down. But how did her career take off and where did her love of food really begin? Chatting to Louise over the phone, I’m immediately struck by her kindness …

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The Happy Pear

Ultimate Fifteen-Minute Burger Recipe From The Happy Pear

Quick, easy to make, super-tasty, moreish – we are aware that’s quite a promise, but these burgers will deliver! It’s hard to get good-quality breadcrumbs, so we usually make our own by putting a few slices of decent bread into the food processor for a few minutes until they turn to crumbs. It is really …

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Win a Chance to Dine Free for a Year with the #TheTasteTour and Renault Belgard

As life is nothing without taste, Renault Belgard is partnering with TheTaste to allow one lucky food lover to dine free for a year by nominating their local culinary gem. In association with Renault Belgard, TheTaste Team will continue on its all-Ireland voyage of discovery to unearth the hidden treasures around the country in #TheTasteTour …

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St. Patrick’s Day Around The World – Where Will You Be Celebrating?

Ah, St. Patrick’s Day, our nation’s national holiday is celebrated all around the world. But how did it become so popular? I don’t know about you but I feel like I’m not a big ‘Paddy’s Day’ fan unless I’m abroad and this year, naturally, I’ll be celebrating in Puglia, Italy. A latent sense of patriotism …

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Making Waves in The Irish Food Industry – Food And Drink Aficionados to Follow For Some Serious Inspiration

Every few years, a new wave of movers and shakers catch our attention. Whether it be in the world of politics, travel, world issues or indeed, food and drink. These chefs, sommeliers, writers and hospitality pros are providing a major source of inspiration for aspiring foodies, wine lovers and more. So, sit back, relax, sip …

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Penne Pasta Recipe From The Currabinny Cookbook

This Penne Pasta Recipe From The Currabinny Cookbook, is another variation – an elevation, we go so far as to say! – of bacon and cabbage. Leftover ham is one of the most useful things you can have in your fridge. It’s unbeatable here paired with its traditional companion – cabbage – and a garlicky …

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Brown Sugar Tart With Apple And Oats Recipe by Head Chef Cormac McCreary at Sheen Falls Lodge

Brown Sugar Tart With Apple And Oats Recipe by Head Chef Cormac McCreary at Sheen Falls Lodge

This fabulous Brown Sugar Tart With Apple And Oats Recipe by Head Chef Cormac McCreary at Sheen Falls Lodge, promise to satisfy all your sweet tooth cravings. Beautifully crispy apple crumble, velvety apple puree, tart apple wedges, sweetness from cloud like meringues and nutty oat ice cream. Ingredients: – 1 tart – 5g oat crumble …

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Courgette Spaghetti

Chickpea And Courgette Spaghetti From The Baking Nutritionist

Chickpea and Courgette Spaguetti Recipe. In this recipe I have used regular pasta because I have no reason to use a gluten-free alternative. If you have Coeliac disease or a gluten intolerance, a gluten-free pasta from the supermarket works exceptionally well in this recipe too. Ingredients – 1/3 courgette, cut into strips – 3 garlic …

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Harlem Café Brunch Review

An Eclectic Experience in The Heart of Belfast – Harlem Café Brunch Review

I love brunch. I know some people think it’s overrated or just something the gals do to get together and gossip over some Eggs Benedict and a glass or two of bubbly. But to the naysayers out there, let me ask you this… Why wouldn’t you want to indulge on some delicious food while catching …

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