Hello dear readers! As you may have noticed, we have strayed a bit lately. Robin as strayed very far indeed, as far as Japan in fact. For that reason, at the moment she doesn't have much to say about goings on in Dublin but in exchange she has been working on a little webcomic about the coffee scene in the beautiful former capital of Japan. You can watch out for updates on huntandgather.iePart One Part Two
Hello. I came back from Oslo and now present another Japanese-style menu. They seem to be popular. Understandbly. Japanese food is delicious. I originally was going to go all warm and Autumnal but with this warm weather, it's become sort of a last hurrah to Summer.
This one will be all Irish ingredients as usual: Beetroot Okonomiyaki, Hiyashi Chuka Ramen, Tonjiru and Plum Pudding dessert! All usual proceedings to attend. See you there hopefully!
Due to popular demand and curiosity, allow me give you a little preview of some of the amazing food Robin will be serving tomorrow! From the top down we have Sardines from Ireland served with a dipping sauce made with David Llwellyn's sweet cherries, Elderflowers from Nun's Island in Galway, given to use by Jess from Kai Restaurant, Pak Choi from McNally Family Farm, Miso soup with mushrooms from Irish Shiitake, Rice with broadbeans from Healy's Organics Delights (grown on the farm in Ireland) Fennel from McNallys with Irish wakame with a elderflower vinegar dressing, kimpira carrots also from Dennis Healy's farm and Buttermilk from McNallys and Cherries from David to finish it off!
It's true Irish treat with the special twist that Robin brings to News of the Curd! Because of some cancellations we di have a few spots left and would love for as many people as possible to enjoy this! We hope to see you here!