What a treasure and welcome addition to Dublin city food scene. You'll find lots of juices, raw salads and treats to entice you in this ultra modern little cafe. A very simple layout but relaxing at the same time. If you're alone, like I was, you can read a magazine or people watch through the massive windows in the seated area. It's located on the first floor of BT2 in Grafton Street.
Love this recipe as it's a great one to share with friends and whip up quickly if they happen to drop in suddenly on you. It's satisfying too. The first time I made it I just dumped all the ingredients into a bowl and ate away. I wasn't expecting much. Yet it's just nice in a good way. Ideal for an autumnal evening and you grave some comfort food. So for those times you have an unexpected friend or just don't feel like putting a lot of effort into that comforting lasagne give this a try.
Sometimes the simplest are the tastiest aren't they? For the last few weeks I've been suffering agonizing pain with tendonitis. I kept putting off going to the physio, convincing myself that the pain would go soon. Low and behold 2 weeks later I had to give in and head off on my merry way. Physio Extra team are a great bunch and thankfully seem to always get any extreme pain that sometimes befall me sorted.
These are based on a old recipe I'd forgotten to put up on the blog. There was 150g maple syrup in those bad boys about 2 years ago. OMG I couldn't bring myself to put them up. Though on second thoughts I just might. Back then thanks to food intolerances I had a massive sugar craving. These days my sweet tooth is more sedate. I found once my diet/lifestyle turned completly plant-based the sugar cravings reduced significantly of their own accord.