I’m feeling like the worse food blogger in the world so I hope this recipe for bangers and mash with Guinness onion gravy helps me feel better… And why I’m feeling like this, you may ask? Because I really want to be able to speak with all of you everyday (or almost everyday, at least!) and I’m not managing… at all!!! And this is making me feel really bad. You think you can forgive me? I’m no super chef so it’s not like you need me to teach you anything. But I really enjoy being able to show you what I do in my kitchen. And I also love to write and take photos. So I should always find time to do what I like, no? Well, easier said then done. I hope you all understand my dilemma and please don’t give up on me and my blog..
So let me get back to this beautiful recipe 🙂 It is totally dedicated to my colleague Mary, my favourite Irish lady 🙂 She was off work for the last month recovering from a surgery and I couldn’t help but thinking of her on St Patrick’s Day… Every time there’s some sort of special celebration I try to cook something to match it. Usually on St Patrick’s Day I cook lamb, more precisely Shepperd’s pie. But this year I wanted to be different. I’ve been told that corned beef and cabbage is quite a traditional Irish dish. Well, I don’t like cabbage so that was out of question. Next on the list was dishes with Guinness and I loved the idea. Recently I found Cumberland sausages at my local butcher so the idea of bangers and mash with Guinness onion gravy was my favorite. And voila! Enjoy 🙂