The New Irish Table: 70 Contemporary Recipes

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Chronicle Books, Jan 1, 2003 - Cooking - 168 pages
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In The New Irish Table, author Margaret Johnson's love of Ireland permeates page after glorious page of mouthwatering Irish dishes. The 70 recipes reflect the traditions of the national cuisine and also showcase the most exciting new tastes from the home cooks and professional chefs who're part of the culinary renaissance in Ireland today. The time-honored fruits of land and sea, such as fluffy potatoes, plump fish, tender meats, and berries bursting with flavor, are interpreted anew in such dishes as Smoked Salmon Chowder, Filet of Baby Beef with Spinach-Bacon Stuffing and Guinness Mustard Sauce, and Raspberry Buttermilk Tarts. Lavish color photographs of the food, the landscapes, and the people are woven through the text, making The New Irish Table the next best thing to sitting down at a table in Ireland itself.
  

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I was hoping for lighter and fresher in these recipes, but they all feature the same few ingredients (mostly cabbage, potatoes, cream, fish) over and over with the same herbs, spices, and condiments. Too little variety and too heavy for my taste. Read full review

Review: The New Irish Table: 70 Contemporary Recipes

User Review  - Elizabeth Olson - Goodreads

I was hoping for lighter and fresher in these recipes, but they all feature the same few ingredients (mostly cabbage, potatoes, cream, fish) over and over with the same herbs, spices, and condiments. Too little variety and too heavy for my taste. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Small Bites
13
Starters
35
Main Courses
63
Side Dishes
97
Sweets
123
Glossary
157
Resources
161
Index
163
Table of Equivalents
168
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About the author (2003)

Margaret M. Johnson writes frequently about food and travel in her ancestral home, including the Irish Heritage Cookbook (0-8118-1992-2). She is an Irish-American in New York.

Christopher Hirsheimer is executive editor and a cofounder of Saveur. She lives in rural Pennsylvania.

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