Very worthwhile article in The Irish Times magazine a few weeks ago on “The ones to watch in 2016”. Chefs foodies, tech enthusiasts and folk from the design scene. homeeconomics #Irish #sharinginformation #homegrown #appdevelopers #blogging #foodscienceandnutrition #designers #foodblogging
Picked up Week 1 recipes in @dunnesstores @OpTranRTE cleverly placed at checkouts #healthyhabits #HomeEconomics
‘Tis the season of self-indulgence! A Yule log is a perfect Christmas treat, easy to make and suitable for any xmas party. The transition year students did great work today.
The senior cycle Home Economics class got a chance to put their theory into practice yesterday evening. We examined the properties of protein- foam formation, denaturation caused by heat, acids and agitaton, gel formation, elasticity and maillard reaction. The meringues that group 2 produced were superb. There is nothing like an fun filled Friday class … Continue reading
“Globetrotting foodies” in Donegal . Exploring Ethnic cookery in transition year Home Economics. A big thank you to all involved. The dumplings and savoury pancakes went down a treat.
Getting into the spirt of things #simple #effective #cookies #Halloween put your knashers into these
Freshly baked yeast bread rolls and focaccia completed by TY Home Economics #NationalBreadWeek 🍞
You must try this irresistible butternut squash, sweet potato and tomato soup I made this afternoon for lunch. It certainly fulfilled my hunger signals Even the simplest of lunchtime meal should have an abundance of flavour and textures. Food should be presented attractively, satisfy as many of the senses as possible and most of all, … Continue reading