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Smoked Fish with Mustard and Cabbage
A simple, nourishing midweek meal.
Hazelnut Coffee Cake
Using quality butter makes all the difference in baking, as my mother always said, and this was one of my father’s favourite cakes. Coffee and nuts combine well in cakes - walnuts are most usual, but hazelnuts make an even better combination as you’ll find when you try this simple but attractive cake, which is from my 1992 cookbook, Meals For All Seasons (available only from ireland-guide .com).
Pigeon with Pommes Mousseline and Pancetta Peas
Fresh peas are listed for this dish from Claire Lara (lecturer and 2010 Professionals champion) but, as peas freeze exceptionally well, frozen peas make a perfectly reasonable alternative – particularly as pigeon is in season longer than peas. From MasterChef AT HOME (DK hardback 366pp, £20 / €25)
Abalone with Oyster Sauce
You can steam, sauté, bake, poach, boil, or barbecue abalone, or eat them raw like oysters. To prepare for cooking, use a spoon to "shuck" the meat from the shell; relax the meat with the back of a wooden spoon or mallet, and cook by your chosen method.
Steak and Kidney Pie
“ Nothing can compare with my mother's steak and kidney pie,” says James Whelan in the introduction to this recipe in his book, An Irish Butcher Shop. “I still use the same recipe with just a small tweak; where she would have used lard or dripping to cook the meat, I use olive oil. As an all-round favourite, steak and kidney pie ticks all the boxes. It's a very satisfying dish that also freezes well for a delicious midweek treat without any fuss.”