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Three Shades of Green

Started Apr 28, 2014 0 Replies

     I hope I've tempted you a bit by posting the details of the Three Shades of Green dinner at the James Beard House on May 29. If not, here's the complete menu!Three Shades of GreenMENU Hors…Continue

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

            I haven’t posted in a month and my Irish guilt is gnawing at me! So it’s back to business this week as “that time of year” is fast approaching. I’ve already started plumping my fruit for the several varieties of fruitcake that I make, but not for this one because the fruit is boiled! I’ve had the recipe for many years and love it now as much as ever. The…See More
Nov 10
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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

            I haven’t posted in a month and my Irish guilt is gnawing at me! So it’s back to business this week as “that time of year” is fast approaching. I’ve already started plumping my fruit for the several varieties of fruitcake that I make, but not for this one because the fruit is boiled! I’ve had the recipe for many years and love it now as much as ever. The…See More
Nov 9
Margaret M. Johnson's blog post was featured

The Pumpkins are Coming, The Pumpkins are Coming!

Actually, they’re already here — and in great abundance I might add — in supermarkets, at farm stands, and on doorsteps everywhere. In the kitchen, their tasty orange flesh is used in all kinds of recipes, from morning muffins to delicious breads and loaves. I personally love to make pumpkin bread, with a few cranberries added for color and tang, to serve now or freeze…See More
Oct 20
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The Pumpkins are Coming, The Pumpkins are Coming!

Actually, they’re already here — and in great abundance I might add — in supermarkets, at farm stands, and on doorsteps everywhere. In the kitchen, their tasty orange flesh is used in all kinds of recipes, from morning muffins to delicious breads and loaves. I personally love to make pumpkin bread, with a few cranberries added for color and tang, to serve now or freeze…See More
Oct 9
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Shortening the Distance Between 'Sea and Plate' in Cork

Driving around Ireland definitely makes you hungry — and sometimes forgetful — so after a day of touring around West Cork I arrived without a reservation at The Fish Kitchen, a smallish restaurant in Bantry situated, appropriately, above a fish market. Call it the luck of the Irish, but  proprietor Diarmaid Murphy managed to squeeze in me and my friend because of a…See More
Sep 24
Gerry Regan liked Margaret M. Johnson's blog post Touring West Cork
Sep 24
Margaret M. Johnson's blog post was featured

Shortening the Distance Between 'Sea and Plate' in Cork

Driving around Ireland definitely makes you hungry — and sometimes forgetful — so after a day of touring around West Cork I arrived without a reservation at The Fish Kitchen, a smallish restaurant in Bantry situated, appropriately, above a fish market. Call it the luck of the Irish, but  proprietor Diarmaid Murphy managed to squeeze in me and my friend because of a…See More
Sep 7
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Shortening the Distance Between 'Sea and Plate' in Cork

Driving around Ireland definitely makes you hungry — and sometimes forgetful — so after a day of touring around West Cork I arrived without a reservation at The Fish Kitchen, a smallish restaurant in Bantry situated, appropriately, above a fish market. Call it the luck of the Irish, but  proprietor Diarmaid Murphy managed to squeeze in me and my friend because of a…See More
Aug 19
Margaret M. Johnson's blog post was featured

Hot Off the Grill

Move over hot dogs, hamburgers, and steaks; make room for a whiskey-enhanced grilled lamb and delicious grilled tomatoes to go with it. With tomatoes coming into season in a big way, I think you’ll enjoy these new recipes to add to your grilling agenda for August and beyond. You’ll find these and similar recipes in my Favorite Flavors of Ireland cookbook . . . now BOGO,…See More
Jul 30
Margaret M. Johnson posted a blog post

Hot Off the Grill

Move over hot dogs, hamburgers, and steaks; make room for a whiskey-enhanced grilled lamb and delicious grilled tomatoes to go with it. With tomatoes coming into season in a big way, I think you’ll enjoy these new recipes to add to your grilling agenda for August and beyond. You’ll find these and similar recipes in my Favorite Flavors of Ireland cookbook . . . now BOGO,…See More
Jul 26
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Very Berry Scones

Strawberry season has just arrived where I live in the Northeast. The season is over almost as quickly as it arrives, so I grab as many as possible and eat, bake, or freeze them as fast as I can. As the Fourth of July approaches, they’re especially colorful in red, white and blue scones, treats you can actually eat from morning to night — lathered with a little butter or…See More
Jul 2
Margaret M. Johnson's blog post was featured

Very Berry Scones

Strawberry season has just arrived where I live in the Northeast. The season is over almost as quickly as it arrives, so I grab as many as possible and eat, bake, or freeze them as fast as I can. As the Fourth of July approaches, they’re especially colorful in red, white and blue scones, treats you can actually eat from morning to night — lathered with a little butter or…See More
Jun 26
Margaret M. Johnson posted a blog post

Very Berry Scones

Strawberry season has just arrived where I live in the Northeast. The season is over almost as quickly as it arrives, so I grab as many as possible and eat, bake, or freeze them as fast as I can. As the Fourth of July approaches, they’re especially colorful in red, white and blue scones, treats you can actually eat from morning to night — lathered with a little butter or…See More
Jun 20
Gerry Regan liked Margaret M. Johnson's blog post Potatoes: The Stuff of Greatness
Jun 2
Betty Kort commented on Margaret M. Johnson's blog post Love and Chocolate . . . Irish Cream Cheesecake
"I need glutten free options for these delicious recipes.  I'm told that 1 in 200 of Irish have celiac disease and the best country in the world for glutten free options is Ireland.  My recent visit to Listowel confirmed this opinion.…"
May 30
Margaret M. Johnson's blog post was featured

Potatoes -- The Stuff of Greatness

I’m writing this post from Dublin, where I’m finishing up another great visit to Ireland. You know what that means? I’ve had potatoes [nearly] for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in as many shapes and textures as one can imagine: fried potatoes for breakfast, chips to go with fish at lunch, and boiled or creamed potatoes to go with just about anything at dinner. I’ve come to…See More
May 29

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Posted on November 9, 2019 at 3:40pm 0 Comments

            I haven’t posted in a month and my Irish guilt is gnawing at me! So it’s back to business this week as “that time of year” is fast approaching. I’ve already started plumping my fruit for the several varieties of fruitcake that I make, but not for this one because the fruit is boiled! I’ve had the recipe for…

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The Pumpkins are Coming, The Pumpkins are Coming!

Posted on October 9, 2019 at 9:30am 0 Comments



Actually, they’re already here — and in great abundance I might add — in supermarkets, at farm stands, and on doorsteps everywhere. In the kitchen, their tasty orange flesh is used in all kinds of recipes, from morning muffins to delicious breads and loaves. I personally love to make pumpkin bread, with a few cranberries added for color…

Continue

Shortening the Distance Between 'Sea and Plate' in Cork

Posted on August 19, 2019 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Driving around Ireland definitely makes you hungry — and sometimes forgetful — so after a day of touring around West Cork I arrived without a reservation at The Fish Kitchen, a smallish restaurant in Bantry situated, appropriately, above a fish market. Call it the luck of the Irish, but …

Continue

Hot Off the Grill

Posted on July 26, 2019 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Move over hot dogs, hamburgers, and steaks; make room for a whiskey-enhanced grilled lamb and delicious grilled tomatoes to go with it. With tomatoes coming into season in a big way, I think you’ll enjoy these new recipes to add to your grilling agenda for August and beyond.…

Continue

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At 9:25am on November 29, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

Margaret, delighted to have you with us, and looking forward to learning more about your many Irish passions and pursuits, and, of course, your unique Irish story! Ger

At 7:06pm on January 2, 2014, Brian Nolan said…

Hey...snowing in New York and blowing in Galway...and we are both sheltering among the Wild Geese...now that's a co-incidence!! Welcome to the flock, oops, sorry, the collective term for geese, is gaggle...Brian

At 8:42am on January 3, 2014, Margaret M. Johnson said…

Always the wit! Yes, snowing like hell here so I guess I'm one up on you since you only have wind. Stay warm and dry if you can. Cheers.

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