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Ramen is really just a hearty broth pimped up with noodles, toppings and garnishes, all served in a deep comforting bowl. Kai cooks the pork chops on the bone for flavour and to keep the meat from drying out. You will find kecap manis in any Asian supermarket — it is an Indonesian soy sauce, slightly thicker and sweeter than regular soy. If not a few spoons of soy mixed with a spoon of treacle will do in its place.
January is a month for staying in beside a big fire and staying warm. The spicy dishes will help you do just that.
Can you believe that autumn is here already? There is a chill in the air and stoves and fires are being lit most nights in the homes of Mayo.
Enjoy this delicious crostini with a host of flavoursome ingredients that are sure to be an immense crowd pleaser. What's more is that they're also incredible easy to make!
The sun has finally made an appearance this summer, so let’s make the most of it. It is hard to eat when it is hot, but important that you do, so here are a few light meals that you could try as long as the weather holds.
Is it just me, or is classical French cooking coming back into fashion? Three new French restaurants that I know of have opened in the county in the last while, so there must be something in it. When I think of France, I think of their favourite ingredient, onions.
This recipe combines potato cakes with poached eggs, grilled bacon and a tasty Mojo sauce to make a really good supper dish.
Winter has arrived, there’s a chill in the air, the stoves and fires are lit at night and we all like something warm to eat and drink. Today I want to share a few winter recipes that are easy to make and are guaranteed to warmup the family dinner table.
Can you believe that autumn is here already? There is a chill in the air and stoves and fires are being lit most nights in the homes of Mayo. On the bright side, this time of the year yields lovely fresh fruit and vegetables, so I have decided to share some local seasonal recipes that are simple to make and that should warm your bones this autumn.
Laurence Bolger is a husband, new dad, sports enthusiast, and food lover.