An awesome snack or appetizer to stand around with friends and pick at while you're waiting for your amazing main course to finish in the oven!
Earthy and full of flavour, grilling adds a delicious smokiness, dipped into roasted garlic aioli, everyone will be screaming for more! These artichoke hearts will steal everyone's heart, aawwww cute!!!!
I love an ole fish curry and I also loves me some Hake.
I remember a time in my early teenage years I laughed at reading Fish Curry on a menu but decided to try it and never looked back. There is just something beautiful about a well cooked flaky fish immersed in a sauce made with such depth and strong flavours. I would only ever serve this with rice but you do you!
Everyone grew up eating Spaghetti Bolognese, or Spag Bol as our American friends call it.
I remember tasting Parmesan cheese for the very first time atop a bowl of this stuff! I said it before, my mother would cook it on a Monday and that would almost be dinner for the rest of the week. I think she just didn't know how to measure the amount of pasta to cook and ended up making enough for the Brady Bunch and their extended family.
Either way it is a classic dish that is super easy to make.
British classic recipe but we do love it over here too. Possibly the only thing British my Dad wouldn't moan about.
My missus would destroy a bowl of mushy peas in a heartbeat to go alongside. It cannot be served without mushy peas. We take it to a level that might sound weird and love a cheesy mushy pea. Call us weird or wrong but don’t knock it til you try it. Then call us weird or wrong, we won’t really care.
Also known as Dijon Chicken, this dish dates back to 1930’s France. We love all things Francais and dishes like this in particular. Our inspiration for this recipe came directly from thefrenchcookingacademy.com
Spanish classic dish. Again super simple but super delicious. A tapas staple, an unusual thing to see as a snack in an Irish house, so again, we are here for you to impress your mates! Or you mother to impress the ladies from the golf club, or your dad his boss, you get it. They will think you are oh so cultured. Also it is fun to play padron roulette, as every so often, one of them is a hidden killer of heat!
We love a good salad! Especially when our mothers come for dinner. It shows were looking after ourselves and are mature, not just necking beers and bbqing meats. We have also paired this with our favourite f*cking rose! It is truly amazing. Summer’s day salad and banging rose, what else could you want!
We love everything as you’ve probably seen by now. Well maybe you’re only reading this recipe first and you don’t know. Anyway. An Indian house favourite we like ours with Chicken because chicken is the food of the gods.
Pronounce it however the f*ck you like to. Couldn’t get more simple. My blind goldfish could make this. It is still delicious though and a summer winner for a group with a lovely bottle! Especially the delightful pink wine we stock!
We do love a pork tenderloin. To be honest, there is a really really delicious one pre marinated from Supervalu. We still much prefer our Boujee Pork Loin though.Inspired by Jamie oliver, we went with his BBQ sauce recipe too!
Another winter warmer we love. I used to tend to bring the Cully and Sully versions of this to the office and the smell from the microwave would tear down people’s Friday feeling. But they were all chicken fillet roll w**kers so who cares. My mother loves sharing this with me and it is so goddamn comforting. My fiance doesn't like smokey fish in it for example so choose what suits yourself.