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Hearty, warming and absolutely delicious!
This is a Northern Ireland recipe given to me by my mum many years ago! You don't boil the cake, just the ingredients before you bake it.
Everyone I've made this for loves it. Hearty winter soup made with fresh veg, lentils and ham shank (ham hock). The secret is using the water the ham was cooked in as stock for the soup. You can't go wrong with this soup but as with everything you will find you can easily adjust the ingredients to your own taste the more times you make it. If you're making this for a group of people it can easily be made the day before and tastes even better the following day.
This is pure comfort food. There is nothing nicer than to cuddle up with my girlfriend in front of a warm fire and a movie while munching on thick slices of this bread hot from the oven dripping with melted country butter and warm honey and a big mug of milky tea.
This gorgeous Guinness bread recipe is a great way to get Guinness into your bread! Serve warm with butter and honey.
This winter warming stew is simply divine. Stewing steak is cooked in a slow cooker with carrots, potatoes, onions and Guinness. Enjoy with crusty fresh bread, if desired.
This easy recipe is an adaptation of the classic, but is even easier to make. Don't be alarmed by the Guinness though - it's simply used to develop the texture of the cake by making it extra dense and moist. This cake almost ends up pudding like, and goes down a treat when served with cream or ice cream.
As a little boy I grew up helping my mother make apple and other fruit pies. Sadly my mum is no longer with us, but her legendary apple tart lives on. I promise you will really enjoy this!
This is a delicious cabbage side dish.
This pie is ABSOLUTELY the best meat pie I have ever had in my life! This recipe was found whilst I was on the train and found that somebody left it on the seat. So I took it. Then I made it. Thank you to who ever left it on the train! Sometimes, I just make the stew and serve with mashed spuds.