Serving up some seasonal delights
Need some inspiration for a last-minute Christmas or New Year get together? Look no further than these comforting dishes from chef Rory O’Connell of Ballymaloe Cookery School
Beef and oysters are two ingredients we have in quality and abundance in Ireland, so it is a pity that they are not seen together on more menus, as they are a great combination.
Raw beef is not to everybody’s taste, but it can be utterly delicious when the beef is of beautiful quality and it is also a great way to make a small piece of expensive beef stretch to many servings. The oyster...
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