Finalizing the cookery classes for the Spring has been very exciting. I am looking forward to doing a bread workshop and enthusing you all with the ease and enjoyment that comes from making your own bread.
As a lover of Italian cooking I will bring a little Italy to Clonfadda too. Even if it’s not the weather.
If anyone would like to purchase a gift voucher please let me know.
This time last year I was preparing to start the 12 week Ballymaloe Cookery Course. Little did I realise how much it would change my life. Food is such an essential part of our daily lives. It was an opportunity to learn about food from all over our amazing little planet. It’s estimated that over 90% of our food comes directly or indirectly from the soil.
So this Spring commit to feeding yourself and those around you better, educate yourself about seasonal eating. But most of all, enjoy eating. Sometimes after a *little* over indulgence at Christmas it’s hard to get back on track. But a better diet doesn’t have to mean restrictive eating. Portion sizes and exercise are what I try to focus on.
But for now I’m signing off for Christmas. I would like to thank all those who attended my demos, have bought my cakes/ bakes, and supported me completely throughout the year. It is very much appreciated.
Have a Merry Christmas!