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Read: Irish Examiner | The hands that make the plates

While the Irish culinary renaissance has seen chefs wholeheartedly embrace the farm to fork, locally produced ethos, some go even further than food, looking beyond the normal plate suppliers to source bespoke pottery.

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Comfort food: easy cheesy spinach gnocchi

It was not a good week. The airwaves and my feeds were full of horror and rage at what had happened in the US – some useful links here from #BlackLivesMatter – we were...

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Rhubarb & strawberry cobbler

It feels as if there’s been a lot more sweet things around the cottage lately. This might be due to a combination of the girls baking more – thanks to cookbook gifts from the...

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Toad in the Hole with Inch House Black Pudding

Smallies – frustratingly – change their minds about food. Cue lines from me like: “But you liked this pasta / rice / cheese / breakfast / lunch / dinner only last week! Little Missy,...

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Cinnamon sugar-topped scones

While my first port of call in an crisis would often be the comfort of cinnamon rolls, when there’s no opportunity for yeast to take its sweet time, these cinnamon sugar-topped scones are a...

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Easter baking: Choc chip hot cross buns

When all around is madness, the kitchen – its rituals and habits – can be sanity. I’m not talking about the must-do-everyday breakfasts and lunches and dinners and snacks (why on earth do children...