Wednesday May 27, 2020

Get creative in the kitchen

Be it sweet treats or savoury recipes, eight-year-old Grace Marr loves cooking them all, and reckons you will really enjoy these

26th April, 2020
Grace Marr loves making Spanish churros with her mum Tara Walker at the East Coast Cookery School in Termonfeckin, Co Louth. Picture: Barry Cronin

I like cooking because you can get really creative. I love drawing and painting and art, and cooking is a type of art. I love cooking with my mum because it’s fun and I love being with her in the kitchen.

She runs a cookery school in Termonfeckin in Co Louth called the East Coast Cookery School, so she has loads of recipe books. I really like looking through them and picking out...

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