During these last few years we’ve published all sorts of recipes here. However, they all had three things in common: seasonal produce, easy steps and more or less 30 minutes of preparation. Well, in this case we are breaking one of these rules and going crazy with the preparation time: you’ll need 8 to 10 hours. But hey, it’s absolutely worth it! We found this recipe in the last cookbook we’ve bought: A new way to Dinner. It may sound familiar because our latest recipe was a Brussels Sprouts Salad from this book too. Well, if we like something, we use it! And this proves that it is a great book and you should buy it. Anyway, we prepared this amazing slow roasted pork soulder a couples of weekends ago and even though it broke one of our rules, the truth is that you just leave it in the oven so it basically cooks by itself and it’s ridiculously easy. Besides, the result did make up for the long hours in the oven. We had …
Long weekend ahead? We get a cold, obviously. These past days we’ve been fighting the flu. Somehow it seems we are winning, thanks partly to the oldest weapon againt colds: soup. This one in particular has the star ingredient of the season, squash, but also some of the best ingredients to give your health a boost: ginger, garlic and coriander. To make this delicious, zesty yet velvety, uttlery comforting soup, you will need: 1 butternut squash 2 large onions, roughly chopped 3 garlic cloves, crushed 3 cm piece of fresh root ginger, peeled and grated 4 celery sticks, roughly chopped 1,5 litres chicken broth Juice of one lemon 1 tablespoon of soya sauce Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) To prepare the amazing lemony coriander oil that adds the perfect contrast to the sweetness of the squash and the onions, you will need: 2 handfuls of fresh coriander (leaves and stalks) finely chopped Zest of one lemon 1 garlic clove, finely chopped 8 tablespoons EVOO Black pepper We found the original recipe, which we’ve modified a …
Inspired by our trip to Rome, we wanted to share with you this easy recipe of a classic Italian bruschetta. With a few ingredients and a griddle pan you can create a fantastic Italian meal in less than ten minutes. Better than pizza?
The last time we visited London our friend J. prepared this recipe for us in one of our typical wild Saturday nights in London. That means: pijamas on, ridiculously fun music and lots of great food in our friends’ apartment overlooking the Thames. After a whole day of exploring we were exhausted and starving so this delicious souvlaki was exactly what the doctor ordered.
Who doesn’t love Greek food? It’s simple, full of delicious flavours and as healthy as Mediterranean diet gets. Today we bring you our take on melitzanosalata, the delicious aubergine dip that can and will cheer up your dinners. It’s ridiculously easy to prepare, honestly, we don’t know if this counts as a recipe!
We hope you’ve had a wonderful Easter full of family, friends and, of couse, tons of chocolate. If that’s the case, you might find this recipe pretty useful for a little detox. Or maybe you have spent the holidays like me: in bed with a terrible flu and alarmingly high fever. Then this delicious, comforting, dairy free and ridiculously easy recipe is just what you need to feel better.
Today we want to recommend you three great places to grab a bite in Dublin. These are our friend’s favourites, we didn’t discovered them by chance nor read about them in any guide. They are tested and approved by our friends who live in Dublin, so good quality is guaranteed!