With all the excesses over Christmas, something has to give, and so for this month I’ve undertaken to last the whole month with any meat (or alcohol, but that’s another story). With this in mind, and given that I am MASSIVELY craving burgers, I’ve decided to test out a recipe that can sate (to some extent) my meat cravings and give you something that you can serve up for a veggie treat, or to pacify any vegetarians you may be dining with while you take down a bacon cheeseburger.
Here is a super quick, super healthy recipe for southern style barbecue baked beans. Whether you are in a rush or slightly hungover and want a comfort-food-kick - this is the recipe for you that will have you shunning baked beans from a tin, forever more.Ingredients1 tin chopped tomatoes1 tin cannellini beans2 tbsps tomato ketchup3 tbsps Tabasco C
Located on Clarendon Street in Dublin city centre, Saba serves Thai and Vietnamese food. This award-winning restaurant is bright, spacious, contemporary and always a good choice if you wish to experience food from South East Asia. From noodle dishes to curries, everything is packed full of flavours and tastes authentic. You can also wash it down with some of their fabulous cocktails. If you love Thai food so much that you want to learn how to cook it, Saba offers Thai cookery classes with their chef Tao.