A Postcard


Hello from Ireland. Enjoying a road trip to Donegal where Grandma came from and the area we spent many summers running the bogs and unspoilt beaches. Managed to get a few photos before a downpour of rain, and in Ireland it rains plenty.

imageA beautiful wedding weekend in London with family friends. Everyone looked so lovely, some of the men wearing kilts , others in tails. Stunning bride and beautiful bridesmaids… also not forgetting the handsome groom.

imageNot sure I would make a great farmer seeing as it took me almost fifteen minuets to pull off my sisters wellingtons. Never try to squeeze into wellingtons that are a size too small. 🙂  Looking after hens for my sister, I know I was getting strange looks from the hen above and she was a little uncooperative!

imageManaged to attend the “Taste of Cavan”, not far from my hometown. Great to see Rachel Allen give a cookery demonstration at the event. The old butter churn above brought back memories of when my grandmother used to make her own fresh butter.

A little up-date and will be back posting recipes soon.  Moya x

6 thoughts on “A Postcard

  1. Those organic eggs would make the most delicious omelette ! Love your food ventures, detailed photography and look forward to all the new recipes. Enjoy your food tasting and Guinness for us home readers! Cheers!


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