Pests, Be Gone! 10 Natural Ways to Make Your Home Critter-Free
You take Irish spring soap *no other brand* and "shave" slices off it. Leave the thin slivers around the garden. To use it on trees cut the bar into quarters then use a metal skewer (like a shish kebab stick) to poke a hole through the quartered piece. Thread some dental floss through the hole and tie several to branches of the fruit tree. The scent of the soap is more than enough to deter the pests away from your garden and protect your trees all season long!
Irish Farmhouse Stew - a great way to use up all those winter root veggies. Perfect for a chilly day, served piping hot with a thick, crusty whole wheat bread. The sweet, delicate flavor of the broth is offset nicely by the green earthy spring onions and parsley.
Irish Lamb Stew Made this tonight and it was a hit. Beautiful and subtle flavour. Rich and tasty broth that was great for mopping up with fresh bread. Will make it again (would be fine to make with beef too) k
Ingredients 3 blackberries 2 oz Simple Lemon Syrup 1 oz Irish Whiskey Crushed Ice add all ingredients to shaker & shake vigorously until blackberries start to break up to give that gorgeous blush color Strain into glass packed with fresh crushed ice Garnish with additional blackberries