The Very Best of Traditional Irish Cooking

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Southwater, 2009 - Cooking - 96 pages
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This book offers a taste of some of the best-loved recipes and traditional dishes that have helped to earn Ireland's reputation for culinary excellence. It begins with an insight into some of the key ingredients, from vegetables, herbs and fruit to meat, fish and dairy. There then follows a range of over 60 traditional step-by-step recipes. More than 250 colour photographs illustrate how each dish is made, as well as showing the beautiful final result. Full nutritional information provides an at-a-glance dietary reference, and there are many suggestions for variations and accompaniments, as well as stories of the traditions surrounding the recipes. Packed with tantalizing recipes, expert advice and stunning photography, this book is essential reading for all lovers of Irish food.

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It has a lot of great recipies. However it does not have one fot bangers and mash. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

For 25 years, Biddy White Lennon has written about Irish food, traditional and contemporary, in Irish national newspapers and magazines. She has published six books, and has made a series of television programs about healthy eating for Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE). Biddy writes a weekly column for the Irish Farmers' Journal, and is also a regular contributor to Food & Wine magazine.

Georgina Campbell lives in Dublin, Ireland. She has written many books on Irish food, and is also a weekly columnist in the Irish Independent Weekend magazine and a regular contributor to Food & Wine magazine.

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