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Grilled Vegetables with Mozzarella
An easy-peasy dish that uses much the same ingredients as ratatouille but also cherry tomatoes – ideal if you grow your own out of doors, as you’ll probably have masses of them coming along at the moment – and it’s much quicker to make than ratatouille: just the job to serve with plenty of crusty bread for a colourful meal-in-a-hurry.
Elderflower & Lime Cheesecake
Elderflower grows prolifically in Ireland and I keep an eye out for elderflower cordial on my travels – diluted with water it makes a lovely summer drink and is made by some small producers, mainly in Co Cork...
Turbot in Tarragon and Soured Cream Sauce
Try using Achill Island Turbot for this easy dish if you can get it. Whatever the source choose larger fish if possible, as you would with any flat fish, so that you get nice chunky fillets.
Carrot and Beetroot Salad
Colourful and crunchy, this easy salad is rich in carotenoids, which are great for summer skin, with an anti-oxidant effect. Serve it at as a starter or side dish with fish or grilled meats, and at barbecues.
Warm new potato and Gubbeen chorizo salad
Ingredients from the walled kitchen garden at Ballyvolane House near Fermoy in Co Cork provide the basis for this delicious salad, which appears in Irish Country House Cooking (Epicure Press). They also use Gubbeen chorizo, which is made by Fingal Ferguson at Schull, in West Cork and can be bought at farmers’ markets, good food shops, or by mail order (www.gubbeen.com).