He is 33 from the UK and I am 31 from the Caribbean and we have a big family so it’s mandatory that I have to come up with really eye-catching meals to make our kids eat. We use to offer private catering services back in The Caribbean but would like to be able to cook for friends and learn about Ireland. This is our first time in the country and with our kids, it is a bit difficult to get out. Even though the pub scene seems really fun! So if you need a break from your house, don’t feel like cooking and your kids could make new friends come chill with us. Bring a bottle and bring an ingredient and let’s cook and chill together. I’m more of a tapas and cocktails girl with great Caribbean inspired recipes (gluten-free too). Cheers to finding great company with great food 🙂
I am a stay at home mom of a 4 year old, African and been finding it hard making new friends since moving here 2 years ago as most of my friends are back in England and Africa.
My husband is away for work most times and often I find myself feeling like a single mom.
My daughter recently started preschool, which gave me a bit more hours to myself in the morning but not enough to mingle.
I love to cook and bake, explore new recipes and culture. I would love to get out more with a family that has kids too, arrange weekend getaway for the kids or play dates sometimes.
Although I am a bit shy but I believe i can survive a drink, cooking and adult conversation.
I live in mullingar .
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