Chocolate Almond Loaf Cake

It’s one of those cakes that is so easy to throw together, keeps well and is absolutely delicious. It does of course have chocolate in it, but also Rye flour, which is naturally low in gluten, producing cakes and bread with a pleasing continental flavour. This cake recipe is actually…

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One of my favourite things…

One of my favourite things, Jerusalem Artichokes, and what to do with them. Not that they look very appetising, members of the Sunflower family, they are delicious, and have an unusual earthy taste, that bring welcome variety to the Winter table. Ridiculously easy to grow, they can be planted in…

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Events 2014 – EVA International

All of a sudden Wild Kitchen is  part of the EVA International.  It is Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art. Every two years EVA International works with guest curators to create a 12-week programme of exhibitions and events that engage with the people and city of Limerick, Ireland. Since its foundation in…

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Wild Food Workshop

Because it will be almost February and the first plant signs of Spring will be appearing and the Nori on the rocks will have been exposed to a bit of frost, so the first wild free plants of 2014 will be ready to gather. Wildkitchen is hosting a wild food…

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Chocolate for the Soul…..

You know when you bite into something, and instantly you are transported back to another time, a food memory……a taste memory………a special link that connects your life. It happened to me recently when I was the recipient of some Magic Mayan Chocolate. That memory was the taste of  crushed peanuts,…

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