and I definitely can feel chills in the early mornings. Although I enjoyed our
summer a lot, I am happy to welcome the autumn.
very unusual to Irish weather and I bet nobody have expected that. Temperatures
were reaching as high as 27C, and I have to tell you it was very pleasant
change from what we would typically have.
too complicated. Instead we spent majority of our time outside soaking up the
sun and satisfying our hunger with light meals, fruits. And of course lots of
popsicles and ice-creams kept us cool.
seaside. Not necessary swimming or sunbathing, but just to be near water and
feel cool breeze coming from the sea.
say that one of my most favourite is definitely Howth. Located at north side of
the Dublin, it is easy to access whether you drive or take a public
transport. There are always plenty
things to do or see, such as Howth Castle or Martello Towers. Or if you would
like to see some breathtaking views, I suggest having a walk over cliff tops as
you circle Howth head.
And not to forget that you can take a short boat trip to the
Ireland’s Eye. It’s a small unpopulated island, just off the coast of the
Howth. It takes only about 20 minutes to get there and boats to and from the
island departs every 30 minutes, so you can stay there as long or as little you
want. I would suggest you take a picnic
with you and spend some time there just relaxing and enjoying wonderful sights.
grilled, we could eat it every day. And sardines are not exception. They are delicious and do not require long
cooking, just season and fry them and
your lunch is served. Easy!
and cleaned (you may need more sardines, depends on the size of yours sardines)
salt, pepper and chilli powder then dredge the sardines in the flour, shaking off
the excess flour.
minute then add sardines and fry for 2-3 minutes on each side.
serving plate and garnish with fresh herbs. Serve with lemon wedges on the