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Show your dad how much you care for him this Sunday and get into the kitchen to whisk him up some delicious food while he watches the TV. Here are a few simple snacks to keep the old man happy, which are surprisingly easy to make.
With Coeliac Week taking place this week, Hüfi wants you to get practising its new favourite dish: gluten-free beer battered fish and chips.
Christmas is just around the corner and with it comes a deluge of sweet treats, cakes, and biscuits galore.
Christmas is a food-focused time of year and for those on a gluten-free diet it may seem daunting. The Coeliac Society has published an invaluable Christmas survival guide to help coeliacs enjoy gluten-free festive fare.
Sundried tomato soda bread (GF)
This brown bread is light and fluffy. Since it has a moist consistency, it does not require kneading…just mix thoroughly with a wooden spoon.
The smell of freshly baked bread wafting from a bakery is one of the most universally liked aromas. It is especially nostalgic for me, as when I was about 14 years old I worked for two summers in Toohey’s bakery in Loughrea. As it was located at the bottom of our garden I had always loved the smell when I called in on the way home from school. John Toohey was a gentleman and while I was expected to do my bit in about 100 degrees heat I was well looked after. One of the ovens was a coal/coke fired monstrosity with a huge sliding heavy metal tray that cooked 144 loaves at a time. When it was pulled out all the bread had to be taken off by hand, and I quickly developed hands that could tolerate hot tins and bread. And of course that smell, fantastic, and many a time we would pull open a hot loaf and lash on the fresh butter.
Some appetising delicacies from Flora, who are unveiling a fresh new look for their popular Flora Buttery brand.