This method works well for small amounts of leftover herbs. Simply chop the herbs with a knife or food processor, press them into an ice cube tray and cover with water or an oil of your preference. Place into the freezer and once frozen transfer from the ice cube tray to a plastic bag or jar to help avoid freezer burn on your frozen herb cubes. They make great additions to sauces, soups, and more in the middle of winter! Larger amounts of herbs may be processed as pesto!
Traditionally thought of as an Italian sauce made of basil, pine nuts, garlic, olive oil, and Parmesan cheese, the basic ingredients can be substituted to create a pesto alternative of your choice. I typically fill my food processor with my chosen herb, drizzle with a generous amount of oil and then pulse until the herbs are chopped. Blend until the desired consistency is reached, adding in more oil as needed.
Salt to taste. Once the desired consistency is reached, use a spatula to transfer the pesto into containers or plastic freezer bags.
Frozen pesto keeps well for a year or longer if kept in an airtight container. I tend to make my pesto according to taste and available ingredients without using a recipe, however there are endless recipes available online or in standard cookbooks to use as a guide when creating your own pesto variation. Bad harvests and famine were not uncommon in the early s and ordinary tenant farmers struggled to provide enough food for their families. In Ireland the land was divided into townlands, parcels of land of varying sizes, often farmed by extended families.
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A map showing Urbal can be found on Ancestry. James farmed 29 acres, 3 roods and 33 perches, of which roughly 13 acres was poor arable land and pasture, 8 acres moor and 8 acres of soft moor. They had at least one older brother who married and stayed in Ireland. Emigration was a good option for children who had no prospect of inheriting the family farm. By steamships regularly left Irish ports for Liverpool with migrants who used England as a stepping stone to reach other countries, including Australia and New Zealand.
Dunkineely is one of two towns in the parish of Killaghtee. Her brothers James and Hugh were also baptised in Killaghtee.
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DNA testing has confirmed that we have Mackey cousins still living in the area. In photographs the landscape appears both dramatic and tranquil. It is only a short walk from the village to the seaside. Finally she is home. Congrats Helen on your wonderful research. There are many genealogists who will be so grateful now their questions have been answered. There are many, many descendants of Sarah's in New Zealand who will be wanting to hold her memory in their hearts,and you have made that possible.
Thank you so much. Well done on your research Helen.
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