As two recent graduates, the college/uni experience is a recent memory for us both and our three years each of college were formative in broadening both of our horizons in the kitchen and just cookery and food in general. Patrick has a few recipes to guide uni students along the culinary pathway while exercising their brain muscles.
Read on below for ideas for student-friendly lunches, dinners and desserts, then click back to our breakfast and snacking post for university students.
As two recent graduates, the college/uni experience is a recent memory for us both and our three years each of university were formative in broadening both of our horizons in the kitchen and just cookery and food in general. Patrick has a few recipes to guide uni students along the culinary pathway while exercising their brain muscles.
Russell here for this post. When we lived in Dublin, we were very lucky to be so close to Leo Burdock’s, which is one of the best chipper chains in Dublin, if not in the whole of Ireland. It was the instant choice whenever there was no food in the house or we just felt like a lazy supper. Safe to say neither of us were ever disappointed by the selection or satisfaction. There were two things I knew I’d miss when I moved to the UK and they are a good pint of Guinness and an Irish chipper takeaway; this week I missed the latter quite a bit.
For the past few weeks and months we’ve been compiling the ideas, steps and struggles we’ve gone through trying to set up a new life across the pond in London. We thought it necessary to share our story in the hopes that it may give piece of mind and interest to others planning on doing the same. London’s a tough but exciting place to live, so let us know if any of the advice below is of any help!
Note: This is just how we went about things and is in no way a declaration of how things must be done, but more an offering of one (tried and tested) path to go about things.
Bread making is an activity which firmly its place in the history books of cuisines around the world. Every country has their own versions, their own flavours and even their own methods of production. Every person has their personal preference too; white or brown; soda or wheaten; wrap or pitta. Most chefs and cooks have their own way of making it too. Considering all these variables, I don’t understand why I decided to take it upon myself to make my own bread. Over the course of the last month, I have been baking non-stop. Kneading has become my new favourite past time, replacing staying in bed and clock watching. It all stems back from watching The Fabulous Baker Brothers, shown on Channel 4.