Irish apple crumble is a delicious dessert made with sweetened apples, covered in a crumbly, oaty and buttery topping. It’s usually served smothered in custard. Have you ever wondered what Irish farmer’s like to eat? Pondered over the dishes that make rural Ireland tick. Dreamed of creating a feast fit for a farmer? Well today […]
Here I share recipes submitted by readers, a little taste of Ireland, or dishes that bring back memories of happy childhoods. Just pop me an e-mail if you have a recipe you would like to submit.
When I departed Ireland for the United States in the late 1980’s, I left behind a monocultural society. In the early part of the new millennium over half a million plus immigrants moved to my homeland, and with them they brought a new vibrancy, cultural flair, diversity and a variety of new foods and recipes. […]
Aimee, a reader from Lexington, Kentucky used my Irish sponge recipe to bake a delicious birthday cake. She modified my recipe in the most amazing ways. Home ground whole wheat pastry flour replaces cake flour, a substitution I would never have dreamed of making. Sucanat replaces refined processed sugar. Maple syrup sweetens the whipping cream, […]
Chunky Applesauce Muffins combine apples, oats, ground cloves, nutmeg, and all spice to create deliciously filling and hearty muffins which are perfect for breakfast, brunch or afternoon snacking. Today’s fabulous, muffin recipe was sent to me by Laura McGuinn from Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a proud Irish-American who enjoys exploring and learning about all things […]