Month: January 2019

17 ideas for (super cheap and tasty) bean feasts

On New Year’s Day, we had a bean feast. Now, while I’d like to say that this was because of the Italian tradition of eating lentils for the New Year to bring wealth and...

Reconnecting with Home and Excellent Contemporary Irish Cooking at Greene’s in Cork (In Partnership with EatEnjoy Dairy)

This post was published in happy partnership with EatEnjoy, who sponsored this post.  This is the third post in a series of three. My first recipe was these – and oh my you have to try them – Hot Cheesy Lobster Pots, the second post was a light and bright but no less cheerful Beetroot Hummus with [...]

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Braised Haricot Beans with Chorizo and Cavolo Nero

Jump straight to the Braised Haricot Beans with Chorizo and Cavolo Nero recipe. It is never too soon for another bean recipe. This recipe has braised, chorizo and cavolo nero in the title too, so let’s get stuck in! Chorizo and kale are the best of friends and I cook them a lot together. Cavolo [...]

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Warm Winter White Bean Salad with Black Pudding, Sage and Radicchio

  Jump straight to the Warm Winter White Bean Salad with Black Pudding, Sage and Radicchio recipe.  Bean salad conjures images of sad tins and limp mixed beans presented to vegetarians after a last minute panic before a dinner party. Yes, I was a vegetarian once! A long time ago. Beans that have lived too long [...]

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