MAKING SPAGHETTI FROM COURGETTE

MAKING SPAGHETTI FROM COURGETTE

I love spirulisers. These dinky machines make you feel like Handy Manny in the kitchen. Instead of prepping pasta you can grab a courgette, fix it to a spiruliser, and kaboom! Courgette spaghetti! And if you don’t fancy forking out for another kitchen gadget, you could use a potato peeler to scrape ribbons from the […]

COUGH AND COLD REMEDY, with Carrageen & Cloves

COUGH AND COLD REMEDY, with Carrageen & Cloves

We Irish are often seen wearing Kleenex this time of year. While I can’t remedy the former, the latter can be resolved with this Harry Potter potion. Cellotape the instructions to your kitchen cupboard. You’ll be glad you did when you feel a pesky tickle in your throat. This recipe has been passed through neighbours, […]

Cooking 9 types of Brown Rice

Cooking 9 types of Brown Rice

I want to introduce you to my rice cooker, the Tefal 8-in-1. No, I am not in any way connected to the brand or commissioned to publicly genuflect its brilliance. I simply think it’s The Snazz. Brown rice never seduced me until it came from a rice cooker. The trick is to bypass long grain […]

Quinoa Carrot Cakes

Quinoa Carrot Cakes

Your New Year Resolution – To Be Worshiped! Anyone can bake. Elegant and talented as she is, Gizzi Erskine is no genius (oh stop choking. I love her too). She’s just an adorable rogue in an apron whose sex appeal is magnified by her ability to lust after her ingredients. What Ms Erskine playfully proves, […]

Mung Bean Burgers

Mung Bean Burgers

Given that mung rhymes with bovine excrement, these beans have not enjoyed much success outside of California. I’m confident this is about to change (so long as the tinned varieties are avoided, along with any inappropriate childhood songs). Mung are a cheap food, containing a whole library of super-seismic nutrients. Each teeny green bean is […]