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Hearty Minestrone

Minestrone Soup - Good Mood Food by Donal Skehan
This easy ‘meal in a soup bowl’ is from well known food blogger Donal Skehan’s excellent first book Good Mood Food (Mercier paperback, €19.99). Hailed by RTE as ‘Ireland’s answer to Jamie Oliver’, Donal’s enthusiasm for good, simple homecooked food is infectious - and this ‘perfect winter meal solution’ is typical of his healthy, down to earth approach.
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Hallowe’en has more traditional festive dishes associated with it than any other date in the Irish calendar – and Colcannon remains one of the most popular. Traditionally, at Hallowe’en, it should have ring hidden in it – predicting marriage in the coming year for whoever finds it.
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Spiced pumpkin & apple pie

Spiced pumpkin & apple pie - Brian Glover Cooking With Pumpkins & Squash
Once your pumpkin is hollowed out and lit up to spook the neighbourhood, you’ll have plenty of pumpkin flesh leftover – so why not try this recipe from Brian Glover’s great little book, Cooking with Pumpkins and Squash (Ryland Peters & Small, hardback, £9.99 in UK), with lovely photography by Peter Cassidy.
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Frankenstein Fingers and Sheeps' Eyes

Frankenstein Fingers Recipe
Why not get the kids to "give you a hand" creating Frankenstein Fingers from baby carrots, using flaked almonds as finger nails and assembling them into a pot of slimy green guacamole. Sheep’s eyes are a doddle too, simply top the sliced carrots with a blob of sour cream and then sliced grapes or olives and arrange the eyes in pairs on a serving plate.
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All-in-one baked lemon and rosemary chicken

Delicious Magazine - Frugal Feasts
This super-simple one-pot chicken recipe from Delicious Magazine's Frugal Feasts (£5, UK) requires almost no prearation and is ready in less than one hour.
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