James Kavagh and William Murray, founders of Currabinny Foods, shared with us the dishes on the foods they love and loathe.
James Kavanagh: I love mushrooms. He hates mushrooms. Or, he likes the more notion-y mushrooms.
William Murray: I don’t like little white button mushrooms. I hate mushroom soup. That’s like the worst thing that anyone could ever give me.
JK: I love a good toastie.
WM: I can’t remember the last time you made yourself your own toastie.
JK: Last night!
JK: Yeah. It’s on my Snapchat.
WM: James won’t eat any shape of pasta other than linguini.
JK: I like tagliatelle.
WM: Tagli− they’re basically the same thing!
JK: I like pappardelle. It fits the theme.
WM: He won’t have penne, shells or any shapes…nothing.
JK: Yeah, I’m a bit conservative.
WM: Because avocados are in everything I eat them, but I don’t really like them. I feel really uncool saying that, but honestly, I don’t see what all the fuss is about. I think they’re a great food source, but do they have to be in everything? No.
JK: I think as a society we should be a bit more careful with our meat consumption. I wouldn’t get it in a takeaway; I’d usually get tofu instead. I think we should make sure we’re eating better quality meat when we do have it and make it more of a special occasion.
Try the following recipes taken from the Currabinny Cookbook:
- Wholemeal spelt carrot loaf with orange mascarpone icing
Check also our interview with James and William!