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Eton Mess Eton Mess By Wholesome Ireland 07/04/14 20:27 There are days that I love nothing more than working in the kitchen on “oven watch”. These type of days are when I’m not stuck at my computer for hours on end, and the sun isn’t splitting the stones. Lately though, with the sunny weather and my two boys...
Stokke Steps Review Stokke Steps Review By Wholesome Ireland 07/02/14 19:56 A couple of weeks ago I took delivery of a Stokke Steps Chair for a review. Here’s how I got on and what I thought of the new system. First things first. The boxes! Many, many boxes. The small boy had a field day. In fact there was enough boxes for the...
Let’s Talk About Pigs Let’s Talk About Pigs By Wholesome Ireland 06/30/14 17:42 Why I haven’t blogged about the pigs? After all I’ve written about many aspects of my family life, including the allotment produce, so why not the pigs? Some of you reading this might be thinking what pigs? That’s understandable too as I’ve not written...
Super-Quick No-Cook Dinners in the Summer Super-Quick No-Cook Dinners in the Summer By Wholesome Ireland 06/28/14 15:02 The weather is sunny and it’s time to have dinner. The last thing we want to do is cook. So here’s some ideas for no-cook dinners in the Summer where the toughest bit of heat you’ll have to handle in the kitchen will be the kettle. Couscous Bean Salad Couscous...
Take 1 Chicken, Meal 3 of 3 Take 1 Chicken, Meal 3 of 3 By Wholesome Ireland 06/26/14 22:00 So this week I’ve made: Meal 1: Roast Chicken (also the shopping list is in this post) Meal 2: Chicken Broth Now it’s time for Meal 3. Again it’s a simple, filling and uncomplicated meal on a budget. I raided my fresh sage in the front garden to pop on...
Take 1 Chicken, Meal 2 of 3 Take 1 Chicken, Meal 2 of 3 By Wholesome Ireland 06/24/14 17:51 This is the second in a series of 3 blog posts where I’m sharing recipes for a family of 5 for under 63c per portion, based on 1 roast chicken. For the shopping list, and first recipe, check out my first post from Sunday evening “Take 1 Chicken, Meal 1...
Take 1 Chicken, Meal 1 of 3 Take 1 Chicken, Meal 1 of 3 By Wholesome Ireland 06/22/14 18:19 I have this thing about roast chicken. Maybe it’s something from my childhood but the smell of a roasting chicken in the oven makes me feel like a Bisto kid when I walk into a house. It’s the ultimate Sunday roast for me, and I normally cook it once or...
Things i Don’t Buy Anymore Things i Don’t Buy Anymore By Wholesome Ireland 06/18/14 13:06 I just realised that I rarely talk about the things I don’t buy anymore, although I talk a lot about what I buy, what we eat and how we live. This afternoon I was working through my shopping list and figuring out what I want to get for the week ahead and...
Tea Biscotti & Teaology Tea Biscotti & Teaology By Wholesome Ireland 06/16/14 21:30 A couple of weeks ago I was invited to a tasting with Barry’s Tea and their master blender Denis Daly. I didn’t need to be asked twice. If there’s tea involved, I’m there with bells on. We were treated to tea based cocktails, iced tea and got to see some...
Some News And Reviews Some News And Reviews By Wholesome Ireland 06/13/14 11:18 It’s a beautiful sunny day and I’ve some news and reviews to share. Including Lidl’s new Nespresso compatible pods, Bellarom; a pint mug I found for sale (you will want one too); Bloom 2014, toilet training essentials and more! A couple of weeks ago we...
Fish And Chips Fish And Chips By Wholesome Ireland 06/11/14 21:15 Fish and chips; not the most thrifty meal if you go to the local chipper, nor is it the most healthy either. Don’t get me wrong, there is a certain allure of a brown paper bag laden with piping hot chips, salt and vinegar every now and again. If you’re...
Lemon Curd Lemon Curd By Wholesome Ireland 06/09/14 21:01 A couple of weeks ago I headed to Ballymaloe where I worked with the Kerrygold Ireland team on their social media coverage for Litfest. While I was there, I gave a demonstration (using butter of course) of a quick and simple recipe that I love to make at...
Orange Is The New Black Series 2 Orange Is The New Black Series 2 By Wholesome Ireland 06/06/14 17:40 As part of my Netflix Stream Team duties every now and again I get invited to the launch of a new series. However as I’ve been under a rock for the past year, I haven’t caught up with half the cult series. Basically if it’s not a cartoon character based...
Meatballs In Onion Gravy Meatballs In Onion Gravy By Wholesome Ireland 06/03/14 20:24 I often wonder what people consider to be a frugal recipe. Watching the new series of “Save With Jamie” last night where he talked about his recipes costing about STG£1.75 per portion being frugal I realised it’s easy to forget that frugal to him is excessive...
Lemon Muffins Lemon Muffins By Wholesome Ireland 05/27/14 09:04 The 5 year old had his first ever school tour last week. So I made him some lemon muffins for his lunchbox as an extra special treat. Chocolate and nuts are banned in his school so I often make him treats based on fruit flavours instead. To be honest I...
Bread And Egg Bake Bread And Egg Bake By Wholesome Ireland 05/12/14 21:24 What do you do with a loaf of stale bread? Do you make breadcrumbs, maybe some croutons? Bakery style bread doesn’t tend to stay soft and fresh for very long in this house. Himself bought a turnover on Saturday and by this morning it was well past it’s...
Prawns In Howth Prawns In Howth By Wholesome Ireland 04/25/14 19:25 Friday is normally our day for making a trip to Howth. We nip into Nicky’s Plaice as early as possible to get the fish. My Grandmother always got her fish from Howth and so we continue with the tradition. Our family has great ties to Howth, in fact my husband’s...
Butter Is Better Butter Is Better By Wholesome Ireland 04/24/14 17:02 It’s no secret that I stopped using margarine a few years ago. I now cook with the best of Irish ingredients that I can afford. I stopped using margarine, simply because butter is better. It’s not just that I cook with butter. When the wrapper is empty...
Chocolate Banana Cake Chocolate Banana Cake By Wholesome Ireland 04/23/14 20:58 If, by chance, you have any chocolate left over after the excesses of last Sunday, you might want to consider making this chocolate banana cake. It’s cake, not banana bread, and will freeze for up to 2 months if wrapped well. Not that you’re going to want...
Garlic Beans Garlic Beans By Wholesome Ireland 04/21/14 12:33 The teen swears that her all time favourite meal is my homemade baked beans. She is always happy with a slice of toast and a big ladle of goodness and I’m delighted that she’s eating well. Feeding hungry teens on a budget can be tricky! I do like a tomato...
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