Posts Tagged ‘traditional’

 Ganache recipe Ingredients: 200 grams 70% dark chocolate 240 grams Double cream 80 grams butter 20 grams caster sugar Zest of 3 oranges Pinch of Maldon sea salt Method: Put the orange zest and sugar into the cream, heat slightly, place aside for an hour or two Break the chocolate into small pieces, place in a...

By Manon Gustave Here’s our second edition of Bite-sized news! And with Christmas nearly upon us this week wasn’t a quiet affair. Fortunately, Menupages is here to pick some highlights you may have missed…  KNORR is looking for its new Top Student Chef Picture: Maura Hickey. Knorr will no longer be synonymous with Marco...

by Manon Gustave If your find yourself wandering around Baggot Street this Christmas and your belly rumbles, it would be a mistake to pass by Tavern. This Restaurant, which is part of the Dylan Hotel is ruled by the young and talented Mark Bodie who is entering his second Christmas in the kitchens at Tavern....

My first food memory? I remember very vividly eating porridge every morning for essentially my entire childhood. EVERY morning… I must have enjoyed it because it was my first word after the usual “mama” and “dada.” I probably rebelled at some point but I enjoy a trip down memory lane with a bowl of Flahavans from...

 By James Albert The winds of change are certainly upon us, as the stuttering Summer slipped into the brief Autumn. Some may be tempted to batten down the hatches and brace for a long cold Winter. We think there is still plenty on offer to make it worth braving the blustering wind and driving rain. As you make up your...

By Ernie Whalley Pacino’s, 18 Suffolk St, Dublin 2 “We spend 119.00, including wine and cocktails. It would have been reasonable value had my main and dessert been up to snuff.  I don’t want to be too disparaging though.  The electric athmosphere alone makes Pacino’s an enjoyable place to dine.  But there’s a...

By Lynn Kuehner Irish Whiskey takes it’s time to become the perfect spirit. But now, after three years of maturation, the first Dingle Whiskey is ready to be ordered and tasted – just in time for Christmas!  The Dingle Distillery on the Corca Dhuibhne coast started the production in 2012. The first drop of Whiskey...

By Lynn Kuehner As soon as you enter An Bhialann in Ranelagh, a homely and familiar feeling can be felt right away. Head chef Gerry Leonard along with his family opened the restaurant in two years ago (November 2013) and have created a lovely space over two floors where families are paid special attention. The walls...

By Lynn Kuehner Eat your way out of the post-defeat blues! We collected our Top 10 Argentinean recipes to get our boys in green over the disappointment of Sunday’s quarter-final defeat ; 1. Argentinian Grilled Provolone Cheese (serves 6-8, takes about 20 minutes) All rights reserved What you need: 4 ¾ -inch thick...

My first food memory? My Granny’s Coffee and walnut cake.  She was a wonderful artist too, she did Illustrations for the Cuala press and a book of Poems by WB Yeats. She really influenced and encouraged me to go to art college as she went all the way back in the 1920s Best local area for restaurants? I live on the...