Gourmet Ireland

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KQED Books, 1994 - Cooking - 192 pages
Drawing on the experience they gained working in California's Napa Valley, Paul and Jeanne Rankin bring a fresh, hip, ingredient-based approach to the cuisine of Paul's native Ireland. Fired by the Rankins' imagination and enthusiasm, few will be able to resist trying their hand at these unusual and exciting dishes.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
8
THE CHEESE MAKER
10
THE SMOKERY
21
THE RIVER
31
THE LAKE
42
THE SHORELINE
50
THE OCEAN
62
THE DUCK POND
71
THE FOREST
103
THE HERB GARDEN
115
THE VEGETABLE GARDEN
126
THE POTATO FIELD
137
THE WATERMILL
146
THE ORCHARD
160
BASIC RECIPES
176
INDEX
189

THE GAME LARDER
81
THE PASTURES
92
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About the author (1994)

Rankin is the owner of Belfast's acclaimed Roscoff restaurant--the first Northern Ireland restaurant to win a prestigious Michelin starred rating.

Rankin is the Co-owner of Roscoff restaurant.

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