The potato has long been a staple of the Irish diet. With flavours ranging from sweet to spicy, savoury to sumptuous, Biddy White Lennon brings out the best in this versatile vegetable.
Enough nostalgia to bring a tear to your eye (a bit like the food!).
Tom Doorley introduces us to his life and loves. Passionate about food, wine and gardening, Tom interweaves stories of his childhood, adolescence and distinguished career as food and wine writer.
Fifty inspiring recipes feature beef, lamb, pork, poultry, game, and dishes using cured, spiced and smoked meats. Contains details of customs, folklore and regional food traditions.
Five years ago Michael Kelly chucked in the corporate life to try his hand at ‘the good life’. It’s the most rewarding thing he ever did – and you could do it too.
It does what it says on the front cover: this book is aimed at everybody wants to grow their own food in Ireland - whether you are an expert or have never grown vegetables, fruit or herbs before but want to try. Written by an acknowledged and well-known expert.
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!
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.
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.