Month: July 2019

Pan fried hake with preserved lemon and yellow tomato butter beans

Hake is a beauty of a fish that is so underappreciated. We love it in Ireland, the Spanish love it too. In a way, I am glad that it isn’t hugely popular here as it makes it quite affordable. That big piece of hake in the photo came in at under £5 in an excellent [...]

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A New Brunswick Culinary Road Trip: Saint John to St Andrews by the Sea

Part 2 following on from A New Brunswick Culinary Road Trip: Starting at Saint John [Part 1] That brisk sea breeze off the Bay of Fundy is enough to clear all cobwebs and signs of jet lag. I was up early the next day and on my way. Headed to Saint Andrews by the Sea [...]

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Read: Irish Examiner | The A-Z of flying with kids

I've distilled more than ten years of air travel (mostly long haul) with my smallies into an A-Z of flying with kids for the Irish Examiner.