Monthly Archives: September 2012

Prepare your Defence against the Common Cold- Simmered Chicken and its Stock

Summer holidays are over; children and teachers have returned to school. My stockpot is ready.  Many of us will have begun a head cold by the Equinox on September 21st.  While we might like to blame the disappointing Irish summer, … Continue reading

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Gazpacho Andaluz

Irish Tomatoes are in season at last. The shops are full of them and those who grow their own are reaping the harvest.  Gazpacho Andaluz is one of the best and tastiest ways of using them.  A salad in a … Continue reading

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Gaillimh Abú

Today’s the day for the All-Ireland Hurling Final in Croke Park.  All week long, sunshine has beamed down on us. Social media were a-buzz with photographs of the harvest being brought in.  Machines worked late into the night.  During the … Continue reading

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