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What to eat

What we're cooking this week

Five delicious dishes to get you through this week.


It's the start of a new week which means it's time to figure out what to cook.

Our food cravings have inspired this list, based on recipes we've been posting on the site lately. The dishes below are ones we know we'll cook again and again, so try them out with us and let us know what you think.

Raspberry espresso martini

Staying in is the new going out, but that doesn't mean we haven't been enjoying the odd after-work drink with our pals via Zoom. While there are heaps of gorgeous cocktails to try in this guide, this espresso martini recipe is exactly what we need after a long day in our at-home office: the coffee keeps you awake for the entire video call and the raspberry adds just enough sweetness. Try it out here

Baked chocolate cheesecake

We're a sucker for sweet things these days, but being stuck at home has meant we can't get to our favourite bakeries as often as we'd like. Thankfully, we have plenty of tasty recipes on the site, including this flourless recipe that mostly requires pantry staples so you can whip it up ASAP. Get the recipe here

Eton mess with a twist

Who knew that black pepper could perfectly set off a strawberry and cream-based dessert? This dish is easy to make and super flavourful and because the weather has been so good lately, we can't wait to enjoy it outside in the sun. Get the recipe here

Traditional brown bread

Sourdough, focaccia and challah have been plastered over our Instagram feeds since lockdown started, but we've been craving something a little simpler lately. This traditional Irish bread is very easy to make and comes together quickly - absolutely no proving or week-long feeding your starter required. Try it out here.

Beef massaman curry 

Spending a lot of money on takeaways lately? Us too, so we're adding this fakeaway recipe into our meal plan this week. To make this feel more like you've ordered in, go all out on the garnishes - we love topping this curry with crispy shallots for some extra texture. If beef isn't your favourite meat, this dish works well with chicken and lamb too. Try it out here