Celebrate prosciutto and rise to a soufflé

Celebrate prosciutto and rise to a soufflé
With love The birth of fettuccine apparently came about in 1914, in Rome, after a man named Alfredo di Lelio created a dish to satisfy his wife, Ines, who was pregnant at the time.

Two recipes to ease you into 2017

This week, Lynda Booth from the Dublin Cookery School in Blackrock (dublincookeryschool.ie) has two recipes to ease you into 2017 - a simple yet tasty fettuccine, and a zingy lemon soufflé. Booth offers a range of courses at her school, including a three-month certificate course starting on January 3

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