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Comments for Eat Like a Girl https://eatlikeagirl.com A Flavour First Recipe Site for Homecooks Sun, 21 Feb 2021 03:07:43 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.6.4 Comment on Individual Toad in the Hole (aka Sausages Baked into a Yorkshire Pudding) by Tanya F https://eatlikeagirl.com/recipe-toad-in-the-hole/#comment-152145 Mon, 15 Feb 2021 19:49:12 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=8350#comment-152145 Thanks so much for putting this actually rather simple classic into clear, plain terms. Just made myself one and it turned out perfect!

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Comment on Recipe: Fuchsia Dunlop’s Spicy Peanut Butter Noodles (with Prawns) by John Shadow https://eatlikeagirl.com/recipe-fuchsia-dunlops-spicy-peanut-butter-noodles-with-prawns/#comment-152117 Thu, 15 Oct 2020 14:23:54 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=11639#comment-152117 I’m looking at all these posts not long before I head home from work for supper and my stomach is thundering so boisterously I’m getting amusing looks! This looks astonishing – I love prawns and nutty spread!!

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Comment on Chilli Roast Pumpkin, Halloumi, Cavolo Nero and Pomegranate by Veenas https://eatlikeagirl.com/chilli-roast-pumpkin-halloumi-cavolo-nero-pomegranate/#comment-152113 Thu, 01 Oct 2020 13:00:50 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=368923#comment-152113 Hello Niamh… I Also Travel With You In This Blog. And I Watching Your’ s Cooking Food, Your Elegant, Moderating Recipes, Cooking Guide. So Good. Thank You.

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Comment on Slow Roast Pork Shoulder by Niamh https://eatlikeagirl.com/slow-roast-pork-shoulder/#comment-152111 Fri, 11 Sep 2020 11:33:26 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=696#comment-152111 In reply to Niamh H.

Oooooh! Grated, Niamh. Enjoy!

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Comment on Slow Roast Pork Shoulder by Niamh H https://eatlikeagirl.com/slow-roast-pork-shoulder/#comment-152110 Thu, 10 Sep 2020 16:22:24 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=696#comment-152110 I’m actually look at the pork shoulder recipe in your book “Comfort and Spice” and have a question on the spiced apple sauce. Is the Nutmeg grated or thrown in whole? Or just broken up a bit in a pestle and mortar? It says to break up the cinnamon sticks but doesn’t specify what to do with the nutmeg! Thanks

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Comment on Tagliatelle with Pork, Beef and Black Pudding Ragu by Niamh https://eatlikeagirl.com/tagliatelle-pork-beef-black-pudding-ragu/#comment-152109 Wed, 09 Sep 2020 13:39:24 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=318653#comment-152109 In reply to Niamh.

Donna, just a quick note. I just went to edit the recipe and it says “2 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped” in the ingredients. I am noting that this wasn’t clear, although this is how I always do it. Perhaps it is better and easier to look at including a prep section in the recipe.

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Comment on Recipe: Spaghetti Corkese (Spaghetti with Black Pudding & Tomato Sauce) by Niamh https://eatlikeagirl.com/recipe-spaghetti-corkese-spaghetti-with-black-pudding-tomato-sauce/#comment-152108 Wed, 09 Sep 2020 13:34:27 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=4981#comment-152108 In reply to Czeshire Cat.

Oh great! So good to hear. Possibilities are endless when you view black pudding this way. I make croquettes with them too.

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Comment on Tagliatelle with Pork, Beef and Black Pudding Ragu by Niamh https://eatlikeagirl.com/tagliatelle-pork-beef-black-pudding-ragu/#comment-152107 Wed, 09 Sep 2020 13:24:50 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=318653#comment-152107 In reply to Donna.

Hi Donna! Apologies for this oversight and thanks for spotting it. Chopped or crushed, whatever you prefer, but actually I will be updating this recipe soon and possibly removing the garlic altogether. If you love garlic, by all means keep it in. (I do! But I am bringing this closer to a classic ragu).

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Comment on Individual Toad in the Hole (aka Sausages Baked into a Yorkshire Pudding) by Gavin https://eatlikeagirl.com/recipe-toad-in-the-hole/#comment-152106 Sun, 30 Aug 2020 16:19:13 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=8350#comment-152106 Tip; Make batter without salt, pour half into another bowl/jug. Use half with salt and sausages, half with sugar and dried mixed fruit. You have pudding (pudding will freeze & reheat).

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Comment on Tagliatelle with Pork, Beef and Black Pudding Ragu by Donna https://eatlikeagirl.com/tagliatelle-pork-beef-black-pudding-ragu/#comment-152104 Sun, 16 Aug 2020 17:56:34 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=318653#comment-152104 And what should be done with the garlic? Chopped or crushed? Thanks

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Comment on Tagliatelle with Pork, Beef and Black Pudding Ragu by Donna https://eatlikeagirl.com/tagliatelle-pork-beef-black-pudding-ragu/#comment-152103 Sun, 16 Aug 2020 17:54:57 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=318653#comment-152103 Hi. Garlic is mentioned in the method but not the ingredient list. How much garlic is needed?

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Comment on Chocolate and Hazelnut Cakes with Chocolate Butter and Caramelised Cocoa Nibs by Keira ball (@Keiraball14) https://eatlikeagirl.com/chocolate-and-hazelnut-cakes-with-chocolate-butter-and-caramelised-cocoa-nibs/#comment-152101 Thu, 06 Aug 2020 21:04:48 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=25482#comment-152101 Chocolate cake one of my fav. Surely cook it soon

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Comment on Recipe: Bajan Pepper Sauce by Nicholas Cox https://eatlikeagirl.com/recipe-bajan-pepper-sauce/#comment-152100 Wed, 05 Aug 2020 14:05:27 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=7151#comment-152100 I look forward to cooking this pepper sauce I normally use Bajan windmill pepper sauce but they don’t sell it in the city I live in

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Comment on Recipe: Spaghetti Corkese (Spaghetti with Black Pudding & Tomato Sauce) by Czeshire Cat https://eatlikeagirl.com/recipe-spaghetti-corkese-spaghetti-with-black-pudding-tomato-sauce/#comment-152097 Thu, 23 Jul 2020 15:40:49 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=4981#comment-152097 If I fry black pudding for breakfast I always add some spiced up tinned tomatoes. Never dreamt of ‘deconstructing’ one and using it as the meat part of a bolognaise sauce. I didn’t have any red wine vinegar so I switched in ketchup for the sugar/vinegar part of the dish, heresy maybe, but it’s turned out amazing. Thanks very much for the recipe, I’ll keep black pudding as an idea for other minced meat recipes :)

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Comment on Carrot, White Bean and Cabbage Gojuchang Soup by MPaula https://eatlikeagirl.com/carrot-white-bean-and-cabbage-gojuchang-soup/#comment-152093 Sun, 14 Jun 2020 03:37:42 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=368591#comment-152093 Perhaps Ireland is different than Canada with respect to uncommon vegetables; here we under-use parsnips and rutabaga (Swede), not to mention foraged/wild veg like fiddleheads and morels, as well as sea veg. I am lucky to have a little pantry – it was built in under the stairs and opens into the kitchen. Similar to you, I have many hot sauces (some in the fridge, keeping company with various pickles and sauces) and dried chilis. Even when I lived without a pantry, I tried to keep a stash of long-keeping foods. I contacted one of the best selling canned fish producers who told me that as long as there was no problem with the can itself, the contents were safe to eat – maybe not as flavourful or as nutritious, but safe and providing calories. Maybe you knew that, but I have had to defend my decision to keep them.
I’ve not tried this recipe yet but I have all the ingredients so it will be on the table soon. I just found your site while looking for a fiddlehead recipe, but I am already a fan!

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Comment on Announcing our Special Guest for this weeks Cooking and Cocktail Show (TODAY at 5pm)! by Niamh https://eatlikeagirl.com/announcing-special-guest-weeks-cooking-cocktail-show-today-5pm/#comment-152088 Fri, 15 May 2020 11:03:40 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=368812#comment-152088 In reply to Martha Clark.

It was SO much fun! I would have Siobhán back in a heartbeat :)

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Comment on Announcing our Special Guest for this weeks Cooking and Cocktail Show (TODAY at 5pm)! by Martha Clark https://eatlikeagirl.com/announcing-special-guest-weeks-cooking-cocktail-show-today-5pm/#comment-152087 Thu, 14 May 2020 17:26:08 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=368812#comment-152087 So disappointed to miss this.. again.. sadly caught up in my own kitchen. Can we get Siobhan back? Pleeeease! I bet it was fab.

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Comment on Recipe: Homemade Rhubarb Cordial by Marguerite McQuaid https://eatlikeagirl.com/recipe-homemade-rhubarb-cordial/#comment-152085 Thu, 07 May 2020 23:19:29 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=7872#comment-152085 In reply to Mavis.

Wow, must try this Mavis, some of my elderflower went off this year. I usually add a bit of brandy to my elderberry, or whiskey to ginger cordial to preserve it.

I was advised to pasturise the bottles, but that would kill all the vitiamins? Also the whiskey is amazing in the ginger. Do you need sodium metabisulphite as well as citric acid?

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Comment on Gojuchang Mussels with Cider, Cream and Wild Garlic by gandafro https://eatlikeagirl.com/gojuchang-mussels-cider-cream-wild-garlic/#comment-152084 Wed, 06 May 2020 07:50:18 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=368678#comment-152084 It looks so yummy! :)

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Comment on The Best Overnight Raised Coconut Waffles by Niamh https://eatlikeagirl.com/the-best-overnight-raised-coconut-waffles/#comment-152082 Tue, 21 Apr 2020 23:20:55 +0000 https://eatlikeagirl.com/?p=37133#comment-152082 In reply to Anonymous.

Yes, it is for this recipe. You can adapt it but you won’t get the same results.

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