Monthly Archive: May 2011

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Great Food

The books in Penguin’s Great Food series might be small but they’re perfectly formed. For these slim little pocket – or handbag – volumes, the publishing house chose twenty writers from a variety of...

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Cookery School with recipes by Richard Corrigan

As a child I spent hours poring over my mother’s cookbooks, particularly the one that had step-by-step photos of techniques like cooking a crab, making hollandaise and divesting an artichoke of its leaves. That...

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New kitchen time…

…well, hopefully! This is what one of the corners used to look like – you can see that life was a little cramped with the washing machine, freezer, microwave and breadmaker all living cheek...

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Eight Degrees Brewing on Bia Beag

To learn more about the Eight Degrees Brewing branding, Keith Bohanna has a guest post over on Bia Beag written by Erik Johansson from The Green Man Studio. The Husband was chuffed at idea of...

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Lyric fm: Foraging

When the first faint scent of wild garlic wafts through the spring air, many people’s thoughts turn to foraging. And this year there is more of an interest in wild food than ever before,...


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