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Easter Feastings - Braised and spiced lamb with lemon & coriander - Orange Apricot and Walnut Bread


Braised and Spiced Lamb with Lemon & Coriander
After such a long, cold spring it may not be just my imagination that the lambs in the fields seem smaller than usual as Easter approaches - but, in any case, although spring lamb is always a treat, last year's lamb (or 'hogget' as it is correctly known) could make a good choice for a big family get-together over Easter as it is much larger, will have more flavour and offers better value too.
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Happy Easter - Easter Chocolate Cake - Pesto Chicken and Pasta Salad


Easter Chocolate Cake
Easter weekend has rushed up on us this year, with all the cold weather we've had this spring, but last week's braised lamb recipe and today's easy chocolate Easter cake and a vitamin-packed main course salad should see us through all the weather combinations the long weekend may have in store.
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Eggs-actly Right for Quick & Easy Meals - What's in the Fridge Omelette - Quick Wholemeal Bread - Sorrel


Whats in the fridge omelette
As chicken is to Easter, eggs are to spring - so this is the perfect time to make the most of one of Nature's great convenience foods, perfectly packaged and always to hand. They are nutritious, low in calories, easy to cook and value for money - and, in case you have been having doubts, an independent nutritional review of eggs carried out on behalf of Bord Bia has confirmed that eating an egg a day is beneficial as part of a healthy, balanced diet.
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Spring Flavours - Braised Shank of Wicklow Lamb with Crushed Rosemary potatoes - Pear & Blue Cheese Salad - Scallops


Braised Shank of Wicklow Lamb with crushed Rosemary potatoes, sun-dried tomatoes and kalamata olives
This is a strange time of year in the kitchen, as we hover between a longing for lighter, more colourful food when the weather is fine - yet still feel the need for comfort food on chilly days. A good April or May day can seem far more summery that it really is and, after such a cold spring, the season is not very far advanced at this stage and we're heading into what used to be called 'the hungry gap'...
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Changing Times for Irish Food - Cookery Schools - Souffle - Wild Garlic Pesto - Wild Garlic


Cookery School - Kevin Dundon Dunbrody House Cookery School
With gastro-tourism the buzz word on every foodie's lips this season, the burgeoning Irish cookery school industry looks set to do very well indeed - especially as so many of our cookery schools are beautifully located in areas where there are lots of other things to do as well as spending time in the kitchen.
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