Summer is here and dining al fresco is the perfect way to have some fun in the sun. Following the recent launch of the #PerfectPicnic campaign, Keogh’s Farm has teamed up with award winning, boutique caterers Naomi’s Kitchen to create a range of #PerfectPicnic Sandwiches and, of course, a recipe for the Best Potato Salad Ever!
When creating the range, the talented chefs at Naomi’s Kitchen took inspiration from the favourite sandwich ingredients of Derek, Ross and Tom, the brothers behind the Keogh’s Crips range, to create The Derek, The Ross and The Tom. Of course, the range would not be complete without the Keogh’s take on the classic Crisp Sandwich.
The Keogh’s Crisp Sandwich
Keogh’s Crisp sandwich with Irish brie and red onion jam.
The iconic crisp sandwich is a firm favourite! This could easily be the most delicious of all sandwiches. A combination of Irish brie, red onion jam for sweetness and Keogh’s Crisps all on some wholesome brown granary bread. Surely, it doesn’t get better than that!
Come March we go mad at Naomi’s Kitchen for Rhubarb. Her mum Florence grows it like a weed, hence it’s always in plentiful supply. Here’s one of our favourite recipes. Read more »
With the long dark damp evenings fast approaching, it’s time to put the BBQ away and to stock up on some hearty wholesome Autumnal food. Below are two favourites of mine. Both being great Supper Party favourites… plus they freeze extremely well!! Happy Cooking!!
Gooseberries are in season between June and August… and personally I think they are due a revival, with desserts such as gooseberry fool coming back into fashion. The classic green gooseberry is the perfect one for cooking and did you know that this berry is also rich in fibre and vitamin A?.
The recipe below is one that belongs to my Mother, Florence. As kids we used to go into the O’Connors (our next door neighbours) every week to pick their berries, as they would spend June and July away in France and they didn’t want their plentiful fruit going to waste! We were absolutely spoilt with an abundance of home grown Irish fruit – Thanks to Eileen and Turlough and their long Summer Holidays :) !!! Read more »