Last we heard from Emma she was whipping up some mega cheesy 10 minute Italian eggs, this week she’s back again with something equally as cheesy and tasty. Emma’s guaranteed a taste explosion with this one, given that she’s rarely gotten the bread from the oven to the plate without gorging into at least half of it by herself. Get it while it’s hot, this one’s sure to impress. And, as always, we promise you won’t burst a vein trying to make it; it’s super simple.
As part of a new series on Lovin Dublin, we're catching up with a various selection of prominent, sound city folk to talk all things Dublin, food (obviously) and a bit about themselves too. We thought better than to rendezvous in some stuffy hotel room but rather, given the theme of the website thus far, in as many tasty Dublin haunts as we can manage; expanding waistlines is the name of the game.
Our mission with this blog is to make Dublin a better city, that much you'll be aware of by now. It is a pretty lofty goal and quite a unique one online where everybody is obsessed with page views and squeezing as much money out of an audience as possible. I started wanting to improve our city and raise the standards of what we do in Dublin about a year ago and my thinking was informed by travelling all over the world for the last decade. Some cities are better than others and there is no doubt that London is always ranked as one of the coolest in the world alongside the likes of New York, Paris and Berlin. It is iconic with loads to do, brilliant tourist attractions and people coming from all over the world to live there. I spent the last 3 days here working and wanted to cherry-pick some stuff that Dublin could and should adopt from London. Our city is improving at a rate of knots but we still have an awful long way to go.
Last week Rory brought you his piss easy Tandoori chicken, this week he’s back with something equally as tasty, something you might not have thought about making at home but will learn pretty quick that it’s about as easy as beans on toast. As always, 7 simple ingredients and badda bing badda boom, you’ve got yourself a pretty impressive starter and a one way ticket to the no pants party (if you’re cooking for the object of your affections, that is. If you’re cooking for yourself we’re pretty sure you could just take your pants off from the get go.)
The best thing about Lovin Dublin is the wonderful community of eager foodies and lovers of this city, all eager to get cooking at home, trying new things and eating out, making Dublin a better place for everyone and raising our status to that of Berlin or NYC.