Chilled Mango & Egyptian Gibna

Chilled Mango & Egyptian Gibna

I am snooping around the city for my supply of Indian and Pakistani mangoes, like a crazed version of an only slightly less bonkers self. Every store I go to, they’re sold out. These chaps are the Imelda May of mangos – perfumed and honeyed with inimitable attitude. Intoxicating stuff. Generally, Pakistani and Indian mangos […]

New-dles … and a kickass harissa

New-dles … and a kickass harissa

Move over kale. Courgette is here with its own range of kitchen appliances. That’s right. Sales of spiralisers in Dublin are tailing sales of teapots. To the tea drinkers of Ireland, this might constitute a national threat. Spiralisers are those dinky kitchen gadgets that can twist and turn a courgette into glorious ribbons of vegetable […]

Pina Kaleada – me on Jamie Oliver’s channel

Pina Kaleada – me on Jamie Oliver’s channel

  I really dig Jamie Oliver’s online channel, DrinksTube. You will too. Over the last few days I’ve learned how to make cold brew coffee with kitchen paper, nail a recipe for me own home-made cola, and submit to world champion free-runner Tim Shieff. Gah! Why haven’t I subscribed sooner than this??? Head on over. […]

Probiotic Brownies

Probiotic Brownies

I’m with Roseanne Barr. I don’t know why people hate PMT. It’s the only time of the month when I can actually be myself. These pecan brownies contain zinc, a fancy mineral our body needs to manufacture hormones. Think of hormones as the call centre for mood, and for hundreds of other intricate biological processes […]

Lemon Shizzle Cake

Lemon Shizzle Cake

Botox Baking This sticky citrus cake is practically belching with age-defying vitamins like E, C and plant-based calcium. Its fantastical glow comes from a spice called turmeric, more recently referred to as poor man’s saffron. Turmeric delivers a cargo of anti-inflammatory artillery for squeaky bones and damaged skin. Not bad for a cáca milis. We […]