Bibliocook - All About Food
Cook / Print
January 28, 2015
Caroline January 28, 2015
· Last modified April 5, 2018
At this time of the year I crave salads – light and fresh, with lots of crunchy textures. The colder it gets, the more I want a serving of something that’s going to fill...
Bake / Life
January 6, 2015
Caroline January 6, 2015
· Last modified December 13, 2021
As the final scraps of last year’s gingerbread house sit in a tin, ready for eating with January afternoon post-school hot chocolates, here’s a look back at the the making and baking and icing....
Last shopping weekend before Christmas and if you’re looking for an Irish cookbook for someone special, here are a few ideas. Also check out my posts on books that came out earlier this year:...
Sometimes when you taste a beer, you just know what it’s destined for. Rich and smooth, with complex coffee and cocoa flavours, one sip of Russian Imperial Stout from the lads at the brewery...
Bake / Grow / Print
December 3, 2014
Caroline December 3, 2014
· Last modified February 13, 2019
The idea of farm to fork is all very well but, if you live in Dublin city or suburbs, it’s not so easy to see it in action. Unless you head to Dundrum, that...
November 25, 2014
Caroline November 25, 2014
Saturday night was a cold night. It was an especially cold night if you were sitting in an old, just-renovated church in the small Co Limerick town of Kilfinane. But, for one weekend only,...
The beer/cider vs wine smackdown at Savour Kilkenny? There was some serious argie bargie going on in the lead up to the event, especially from my team of dastardly valiant opponents, Ballymaloe wine lecturer Colm...
Life / Print / Work
October 30, 2014
Caroline October 30, 2014
· Last modified October 27, 2020
If you have children, you’re also undoubtedly surrounded by pumpkins as they demand their yearly, personal jack o’lantern. At the moment we have three in the cottage. One was carved by us together, Little Missy and...