Our handmade and hand decorated pottery is perfect for serving festive meals when you need ample plates to cater for a sizeable gathering of the clan. With the Easter holidays approaching here are two recipes to try over the long weekend, made from locally sourced ingredients, served on locally made dishes.
This drink is a long and delicious tradition and my guess is that it originates with the 17thand 18thcenturys’ love of ‘possets’ and other milky libations.
Joojeh kebab is a traditional chicken dish in Iran and while is typically cooked using poussin over a barbecue. This can be served as a hot or cold dish.
Although quiche is decidedly French in origin, the Irish have taken it to their hearts. Here is my version for a celebratory Irish lunch, made in our Nicholas Mosse 11” quiche dish.
This is a lasagna recipe that could satisfy any besuited, cigar puffing, Scotch swilling Madison avenue inhabitant. Put on that vintage frilly apron and give it a try.
We know how difficult it can be to find a hot meal to serve in the evenings that is both healthy and easy to prepare so I think you all will love this recipe. The "Multi-Mini Veggie Pie" is really tasty, healthy and it is suitable for vegetarians too.
Here at Nicholas Mosse we’re passionate about creating good food and even better memories. As much as we love the aromatic scent of warm apple pie or the divine taste of our tri-colour quiche, we understand that food is enhanced by sharing it with those you love, in an enjoyable setting.
Here, we'll not only be sharing our latest recipes but we'd also like to invite you to come and visit, explore the local area and Ireland's Ancient East and learn more about how we make and design our pieces at Nicholas Mosse Pottery,
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