Islander Kelp Believe It, Northern Ireland produces the Best Kelp. Kelp is Seaweed for the non foodie. As proud as I am to be a chef that loves using great Northern Irish produce, For me Kelp ticks all the boxes. In its purest form Kelp grows organically, without any additives or fertilizers. It is a … Continue reading Rathlin Island Kelp
I always love the good old favourites in cooking. A great food memory will last a life time. I have always loved quiche and home made pastrys, it’s an Irish thing really. Just have a look at what I made today. I will be posting the recpies soon with methods and guides for the ultra … Continue reading Cooking with the fuss and glam
what a great night it was at Titanic Belfast for the annual restaurant awards. We had a very successful night at the awards, picking up best hotel restaurant and best chef for County Fermanagh. I always say the proof is in the pudding and the awards demonstrate our great team at the Lough Erne Resort … Continue reading Restaurant awards
Easter is always a exciting time for family’s and kids, as I am still a big kid and Easter is my favourite time of the year. Today at the Resort was an exciting time as we assembled our Easter egg display and unveil it to many screaming kids and adults. Have a look at the … Continue reading Easter at the Lough Erne Resort
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Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail, who were good little bunnies, went down the lane to gather blackberries: But Peter, who was very naughty, ran straight away to Mr. McGregor’s garden, and squeezed under the gate! First he ate some lettuces and some French beans; and then he ate some… Continue reading Mr McGregor’s Tart. The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
Passion fruit tart and passion fruit sorbet, I believe in great tasting food not fancy food. To get the basic’s right is the groundwork of any great dish and its looks as good as its taste. Continue reading My Simplicity