Homemade lemonade is so simple to make and when you use real lemons, it is bursting with vitamin C. Now that summer is here, it is a great time to […]
QueerlyOut presents new club night QueerlyPOP every Tuesday from 9-3am at Escape Bar Soho. Hosted by KLUBKIDS star Jason Prince and DJ Matt Unique , they present London’s best pop […]
This traditional Easter fruit cake is a personal favourite mainly because it’s topped with toasted marzipan and also cooked with a layer of marzipan inside. The top is traditionally decorated […]
A Traditional Irish Soda Bread recipe is steeped in Irish heritage.
The very best brownies I have tasted surprisingly have no flour. I have tried out so many brownie recipes over the years and I always find that flourless brownies are […]
A Subway restauranteur from Angers in France displayed a promotion in his window which excluded gay couples, because the marriage bill for marriage equality hasn’t officially passed. A Subway sandwich […]
Especially for Valentine’s Dermie has created this gorgeous drink. Perfect for snuggling up on the sofa together.
The one winter vegetable which I absolutely adore is Jerusalem artichokes, which one could mistake as being a root of Ginger; small, bumpy, rough, Jerusalem artichokes are difficult to find […]
This recipe makes eighteen light zesty mince pies topped with a warm cinnamon crumble. When baking they leave a festive aroma which will linger throughout your home leaving an extra […]
Pedro Ximénez is a classic, luscious, sweet Spanish dessert sherry made using sun dried Pedro Ximénez grapes. It is dark mahogany in colour, reminiscent of raisins on the nose with […]
Irish Pale Ale Whilst the Campaign for Real Ale has not yet caught on here in Ireland as much as it has in Great Britain, there are still a few […]