Marion Butlers began selling chocolate in Dublin’s Lad Lane in 1932. Today Butlers Chocolate Cafes are found thoughout Ireland and abroad. This luxurious cookbook is full of wonderful recipes to cook with the best chocolate: cakes, puddings, tarts, parfait ... perfect for their legions of fans!
What do chefs cook for their own friends and family? These irresistible dinners come from people who have made Dingle a foodie hotspot. Discover backstories of these experts, many of whom made the rounds of the world’s culinary centres, who prepare some of the best food Ireland has to offer.
Influenced by their rugged surroundings, pristine indigenous ingredients and generations-old passion for communal dining, the leading voices in The Burren food scene share treasured three-course dinner-party menus they’d serve in their own homes.
From black pudding dipping fritters to Mammy's Irish stew, from mackerel on toast to Atlantic fish pie, from shortbread to scones, this book will bring you the many tastes of Ireland and a warm sense of home.
Brian believes that tasty, healthy food based around local produce is something every family can enjoy through this collection of achievable, affordable and accessible recipes celebrating the best of Donegal’s warmth and traditions.
Good nutrition in infancy and early childhood lays the foundations for a healthy life. This common-sense guide – now in its fourth edition – provides reliable, practical and unbiased advice on everything from the basics of nutrition to shopping wisely, from dealing with food refusal to allergies and obesity.
A celebration of contemporary Irish cooking from Cathal Brugha Street, where most of our top chefs learned their craft. With recipes from top chefs, including Darina Allen, Michel Roux Snr, Neven Maguire, and Ross Lewis, along with contributions by some of Ireland’s rising stars.
Everything you always wanted to know about Irish Whiskey, the lifeblood of the people! The history, the difference between single malts and blends, the art of distilling and blending, and the explosion of new distilleries - learn how to taste as well as drink the water of life!
Drawn on three decades of experience of The Green Apron farm, Fruit on the Table shows the versatility of fruit for jams, pickles, sauces and full meals!
This 250 year-old story will fascinate lovers of Guinness beer and memorabilia as well as those interested in this remarkable family of brewers and the industrial history of Ireland’s most famous export.
For many decades, All in the Cooking was the go-to book for anyone studying Home Economics in secondary school. Even today, it is an absolute gem to add to any cookbook collection, where you can relearn all the classic recipes you perfected as a teenager.
Irish Bread Baking for Today shows visitors to Ireland how easy it is to whip up a batch of griddle cakes, bake a gorgous Irish soda loaf, even make your own butter. Recipes include: boxty and other potato breads, guinness bread, spotted dog, griddle scones, spelt bread, and many, many more.
Wild Food reveals the secrets of how to identify, pick, preserve and cook the wild foods that grow in our hedgerows, woodlands, hillsides or seashore.
Whether you're looking for something simple and delicious to cook on a week night, light bites for a family get-together, or something more elaborate for dinner party, then this book has the perfect recipe for you!