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Russian fudge yoghurt

Decadent Yoghurt

From time to time it’s good to treat yourself to something truly decadent. I like yoghurt, so when I come across new product ranges I like to try them out. A recent discovery is Russian fudge yoghurt. It’s made by “The Collective“, which originally started in New Zealand, but is now available in Ireland and […]

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Wanted: Pasta Recipes For One & OO Flour

As I mentioned yesterday, I now have a pasta machine. Yay! To make “proper” pasta you’re supposed to use OO flour, but from what I can gather it’s not readily available in most Irish supermarkets. If anyone knows of suppliers please let me know! In the interim I’ll probably use “strong flour” or another variant […]

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Smoked Salmon And Brown Bread

I love smoked salmon. It’s one of my favourite foods, though it’s not one that I get to eat that often. Salmon is also pretty good in terms of calories, so not only does it taste good it’s not going to kill you 🙂 (Bonus!) At the moment Dunnes Stores is doing a very attractive […]

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porcini funghi pasta sauce

Some Tasty Fresh Pasta And Sauce

I don’t normally shop in Dunnes Stores. I find the range of products they have on offer a bit lacking compared to SuperQuinn and the quality of their meat and vegetables leaves quite a bit to be desired. The other evening, however, I needed to get some shopping, as I’d been travelling for a couple […]

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Irish made spicy lentil soup

Tasty Irish Soups

One of the downsides to eating “properly” is that while you can change what you eat, you can’t add hours to the day .. So, for me at least, lunch has to be a relatively simple option. What that means is that most days I opt for soup with some bread (wholemeal of course). Over […]

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Supermarkets Don’t Like Singles

Supermarkets seem to hate single people. They probably aren’t really aware that they hate us, but they obviously do. Apart from a couple of exceptions, such as Marks & Spencers, most supermarkets assume that there are at least two people eating their food. Want some chicken? It’s a pack for two? Want a bit of […]

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