For my breakfast blog, I visited the Cracked Nut on Camden Street on Friday, had a breakfast burrito, and blogged about it here. Yum.
Not a carving this time. A new entry in thebreakfastblog: Wooden Spoon, Blackrock. Tasty.
Christine suggested that I make this breakfast today and include it in thebreakfastblog.ie. So, that’s what I did. (Haven’t written it up quite yet but will later.) I used the recipe from Rick Stein’s Mexico book that Vicky (my assistant
First post up! Yay. The site is a bit rough around the edges but I’ll work on it over time and get it looking right. Here it is: Gerry’s of Montague Street Next post will be about making Huevos Rancheros,
Last week, I secured www.thebreakfastblog.ie as a domain name. Today I’ve been working on the site, installing WordPress, defining the look and configuring the settings. Today also, I had my first bloggable breakfast, in Gerry’s of Montague Street with Tim
Back to culinary creativity for this post. Not massively creative in that I followed a recipe but a bit creative in that I’ve never made any Indian pickles before. Some background. Although I would have had various curries growing up,
My introduction to real pickled onions (and by real pickled onions I mean burn your mouth off, spicy pickled onions) came at the hands of my step-brother Tim. I can’t remember the precise circumstances because it was over 40 years
I’m taking the broadest possible view of creativity in my resolution to do something creative everyday. So, it includes some culinary items, as well as art, writing and so on. On the day I made my resolution (31 July 2018),