A Week in Dinners – January 2018

I was telling someone about my Week in Dinners series during the week and got quite the surprise when I checked the page and realised that it’s a full year since I shared a Week in Dinners post. If this is your first time reading a week in Dinners post…

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The Dinner Files: Nicola from Simply Homemade

Today we’re joined by blogger and mum of five Nicola from Simply Homemade. Nicola’s blog shares some great healthy family meals and sweet treats, so check it out HERE. Tell us about dinner time in your house- what time is it, where do you sit, who is there? Monday to Friday…

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Review: DropChef

Many, many months ago DropChef asked if I’d like to try their service, They said they would deliver all the ingredients for healthy meals to my office and I could go home and cook it according to their recipe. I’m not one to say no to a free dinner, even…

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Picnicking through the seasons

Picnics are fun, it’s in the name. PIC-NIC. It even sounds fun just saying the word. As owners of children who are ALWAYS hungry we very rarely leave the house without sandwiches and to be hilarously funny the kids start asking for the “car picnic” ten minutes after we’ve left…

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A Week in Dinners #9 – with a healthy twist

Remember my week in dinners? It’s been a while. I’m back to work and life is a bit chaotic. I still haven’t gotten into the swing of meal planning so it’s all a but random, and truth be told my evening meal often consists of cheese and crackers. (I also…

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Eleven dishes that you need to know how to cook

It’s no secret that I like to cook and that I adore my food, so people often turn to me for ideas- I get asked “what will I make for _____?”. Despite producing food every day to feed ourselves and our families, everyone seems to have a blank when it…

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The Taste of Summers Past

I laugh and then groan when I see the supermarket brochures and newspaper features about “Summer Eating”. I mean, we eat all year round don’t we? After my initial chuckle my mind wanders to think about what summer eating is to me, what dishes I suddenly hanker after as soon…

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A Wexford Feast

I am a proud Wexford woman, having been born and reared in the county to Wexford born parents, a purebred no less.  I was even careful enough to ensure that my own children have the all important “Place of Birth: Wexford” on their passports and I’ve been known to say…

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