The pairing of bao and broth is an Asian twist on the midday comfort of the soup-and-sambo pairing. Something soft and a bowl or cup of something hot.
Author Archives: Sarah Maria Griffin
Sarah Griffin is a writer from Dublin. Her book of essays on emigration, Not Lost, is published by New Island Press and her forthcoming YA debut, Spare & Found Parts, will be released by Greenwillow Books (Harper Collins) in 2016. She tweets @griffski.
From Pumpkin to Coconut, a New Breed of Marshmallow
Delish Melish marshmallows come in flavours including beet-and-lime, made from real beets and limes, and vanilla-and-rhubarb, made from home-grown rhubarb.
Skip the Chicken Fillet Roll, There’s a Better Sandwich
Skip the chicken fillet roll, there’s something far more interesting to be had at the Ugly Ducklings in George’s Street Arcade and the Epicurean Food Hall, writes Sarah Maria Griffin.
From Taiwan, a New Kind of Cuppa
Boba tea is about as far from the cuppas we make at home as you can get. More often than not, it’s blue or green. It’s cold. It’s full of tapioca pearls or candy-like popping jellies.
In Drumcondra, Dublin’s Doughnuts Are Being Reinvented
The Dublin Doughnut Company offers tens of flavours from Strawberry Eton Mess to Salted Caramel. We’re a long way from pink icing and jam.