Apart from eating them directly from the pods, there are lots of other different ways that you can use edamame, such as tossing the beans into salads and stir-fries. This recipe is one of my favourite ways to use edamame. You’ll need a pestle and mortar and a blender...read more
It’s really worthwhile making burgers from scratch at home as you can add the level of seasoning that you prefer and you know exactly what ingredients have been added to the meat. Above all they are so tasty and you can freeze some for a busier day! Makes 12...read more
Making sushi at home is so much fun and has the added benefit of being more economical and super fresh. Once you follow my step by step instructions you’ll master this recipe and impress your friends and family! Serves 4 Ingredients: 2 cups Japanese rice...read more
This is a simple ramen recipe filled with flavour to make at home. You can easily add your own twist and don’t be afraid to slurp while eating it! Most people are surprised that slurping is acceptable in Japan when eating hot noodle dishes like ramen. The Japanese...read more
Fiona’s journey as a Japanese cook, food writer and author began in Dublin City University where she studied Japanese and International Marketing.
During her three years living in rural Japan she was completely immersed into the Japanese way of cooking and fell in love with the Japanese diet.
Since returning to Ireland she loves to introduce people to the benefits of the Japanese diet and way of eating through TV appearances, her cookbook “Japanese Food Made Easy”, cooking demonstrations and cookery classes.