Author Archive | Aisling Lawlor

Chic Cuisine: Chicken Satay

Take-out, for me is all about chicken satay. It is my ultimate favourite. On a recent cookery course in Bali I learned a delicious recipe for chicken satay. Traditionally, satay is meat on a stick. It is a minced chicken and spice mixture on a bamboo stick and then gridled, however this recipe is much […]

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Chic Cuisine: Boeuf Bourguignon

Hey everybody, this is my delicious, warming, sumptuous, decadent and best of all relatively cheap boeuf bourguignon recipe. Originating from France, it is a retro come back recipe for a beef stew with red wine, onions, mushrooms and bacon. I find this is best served with creamy mashed potato and steamed green beans, and an […]

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Liam Jones Exhibition at Kilcock Art Gallery

The Kilcock Art Gallery has an exhibition of Irish Landscape paintings by Liam Jones opening on the 14th of November with a reception from 3-5pm. It’s an exhibition The exhibition continues daily to 5th Dec. Kilcock Art Gallery, School Street – Phone: +353 (0)1 628 7619 / +353 (0)87 637 4721 / +353 (0)86 257 […]

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Mexican Beef Fajita

These beef fajitas are so tasty and ridiculously quick and easy. The depth of heat and intensity can be varied to your own liking but I think this recipe is just right. These fajitas are a great Friday night dinner and an even better sharing meal with friends over a couple of beers. I do […]

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Pork, Bacon and Cabbage Pie

As I promised here is a delicious, seriously filling and cheap, cheap recipe for you to try. As noted last time we have some excellent butchers in Kilcock and I highly recommend Michael Walsh and Noel Birmingham particularly for their amazing sausages. This recipe is based on using Michael’s pork and leek sausages. This quantity […]

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Chic Cuisine: Thai Chicken Noodle Soup

This chicken noodle soup is one of the quickest easiest suppers to prepare. It’s so filling and keeps great for a couple of days in the fridge. For a vegetarian version, just exclude the chicken and substitute the chicken stock for vegetable stock. In relation to the optional ingredients, its good to put them in […]

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