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THE IRISH KITCHEN
Elizabeth McNally is a Virginia (USA) based author, photographer and creator of Wee Kitchen. A second generation Irish-American, Elizabeth has traveled to Ireland more than thirty times over the past twenty years. On her website, Elizabeth shares photographs, recipes and stories inspired by her travels to visit loved ones in Ireland.
A self-trained, lover of baking from the age of twelve, Elizabeth enjoys looking for ways to bring a new twist to traditional Irish recipes while maintaining their heritage.
Elizabeth's photographs and recipes have been featured on Cooking Club of America, Foodgawker.com and RefrigeratorSoup.com
"Here are two wholesome and hearty recipes to start your summer. With
blueberries on the way, why not try your hand at a chutney? It goes so well
with many foods - have some with cheese or use it as a glaze for pork. And
there's also a vegetarian "burger" for those who are a little more
Here are two of my favorite late summer treats - great additions to your next barbecue! Bacon wrapped stuffed sausages which are tasty any time, but particularly so after being cooked on an open fire. And to finish your meal, Blackberry and cinnamon ice cream.
With aumtumn upon us, I like to change up my breakfast routine and indulge in something a bit heartier. Fadge and Steel Cut Oatmeal both make excellent breakfasts. I like to eat fadge with a poached egg and thin slice of cheese on top and as for the oatmeal, I like to add in toasted walnuts and a touch of treacle.