Teff and cardamom biscuits

Teff and cardamom biscuits

Move over Michael Fassbender. There’s a new fixation in town.   1 cup / 80g raw cashews 1 cup / 70g (gluten free) oat flakes ½ teaspoon baking powder 1 tablespoon milled chia seed 1 cup / 140g ivory teff flour (naturally gluten-free grain) ½ teaspoon ground cardamom (no more!) ½ teaspoon salt flakes (or […]

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, […]