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- Orchard Jam Doughnuts 2 months ago During the summer of 2012, Geoffrey and I decided to open our own farm stand. We made jam doughnuts in the morning and sold them with ice cold, cream-topped raw milk at the farm gate on the days that we knew the sun was going to make an appearance. We used Peggy’s gooseberry jam recipe […]
- Smoke | Fire | Feast 3 months ago I am pleased as punch to announce our September Lens & Larder retreat. Join Gentl & Hyers in creating a convivial visual narrative through indigenous Irish ingredients and local makers while staying at the very charming 400 year-old Cloughjordan House in bucolic County Tipperary, Ireland. This...
- Lamb & Lentil Salad 4 months ago Nothing says summer more than lunch al fresco under the canopy of one of our massive ash trees on the farm with plenty of salads, warm soda bread out of the oven, and my fresh butter on the table. Bord Bia (the Irish Food Board) recently asked me to be a part of their “Lamb. […]
- Elderflower & Honeysuckle (Mock)tails 5 months ago Father’s Day is a week away and I have been feeling nostalgic. Growing up, I was a total daddy’s girl, a tomboy who preferred to spend a day putting earthworms on a hook and fishing with my father to painting my fingernails or playing dress up with the neighbourhood girls. I have fond memories...
- Mad May Eve 7 months ago May Eve is the evening before May Day (April 30). Legend has it that on this night a certain type of sorcery transpires in which female evildoers called pishogues (pronounced “pish- ohh-g”) come round and do their best to make people’s lives miserable in the Irish countryside. A pishogue...
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17:41 PM March 07, 2015
I enjoyed your blog very much and look forward to reading more. I would love for my family to be able to visit Ireland one day.