The secret to my recipe for Guinness Chocolate Cake with Bailey’s Buttercream is to reduce the stout first to give you a deeply malted and moist crumb. The frosting adds just enough excitement without stealing the show and the end result is a cake you can’t resist eating… even for breakfast!…
Stout-Soaked Mushroom and Onion Cheddar Toasts
I’m lying awake at 2:30 am, so you’re getting 2:30 am ramblings, which can sometimes be quite entertaining and at other times can be quite incoherent.
Bedtime last night was 9:30 pm and I was so proud of myself for getting in there on time and falling asleep almost immediately as my head hit the pillow, giving thanks that I would get a full eight hours of sleep on a weeknight. [Insert pat on the back. Go Danielle!!]
Fresh Irish Stout Bread
Okay folks, friends, and lovers of food and of all things Irish. Betwixt the work hours and the fun hours, I’ve managed to find some blog hours. I can always find blog hours to devote to Irish anything.
I have this thing though – It stems from dating a fresh-off-the-boat Irishman for nearly four years (back when I was a naive young thing and any European accent gave my heart a flutter).