WORDLESS WEDNESDAY; COMFORT COOKING DURING QUARANTINE

Rocket pesto and ricotta meatballs

Almond cookies

 Pork pie

Buddha bowl

Frittata 

 

glazed chicken adobo thighs

 

Ham cheddar and chive bread

Apple, strawberry and almond sponge

Irish soda bread

 

Sausage, vegetable and rosemary traybake

Smoked Salmon chilli and chive quiche

Chicken chorizo stew

Orange Breakfast Muffins

Chicken Thigh Traybake with leek, pea and vermouth sauce

Chocolate Fudge Cake

White chocolate cake with ginger biscuit base

Lamb Kofta, home made naan bread, tomato, parsley and sesame salad, garlic sauce

Scones

Carrot Cake

 

All photographs by Damien B. Donnelly and cooked by me too.

Published by deuxiemepeau

Published poet, writer, baker and former fashion maker, with footprints in Paris, London and Amsterdam but currently back home in Dublin with sights aimed at leaving a mark on the West coast one clear fine day...

14 thoughts on “WORDLESS WEDNESDAY; COMFORT COOKING DURING QUARANTINE

  1. Wow. Starting my day with food porn could be dangerous to my health. I am really impressed, Damien, by the range of homemade foods that you have been cooking and baking. They all look delicious and your presentation is so pretty and dressed up that they could easily be published in a cook book. I assume that your creating were for eating and not just for show. I must admit that I was particularly drawn to the Chocolate Fudge, White Chocolate, and Carrot Cakes. Forget about any main courses, let’s just skip straight to dessert. 🙂

    1. It said the reply didn’t work so trying again, definitely for eating, I try a new recipe every day to keep meals exciting. And sometimes I have dessert for breakfast but only if I am up first 🤭😳😂

  2. These are really beautiful Damien. Tbh I have physical problems with swallowing food due to spasms in my throat muscles, even the smell of food sets off difficulties for me and this regularly occurs even with no food/smell around at all. This has been the case for as long as I can remember. So I love your photos and the perfection embodied in your work, and I’d even love to taste some, but I won’t pretend to share in a passion for food because, seriously, eating is very difficult for me – my feelings about food are not like other people’s.

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