Irish Country Cooking: More Than 100 Recipes for Today's TableHardback
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- Publisher: Sterling Publishing (NY)
- Format: Hardback | 224 pages
- Dimensions: 180mm x 246mm x 25mm | 794g
- Publication date: 4 February 2014
- ISBN 10: 1454911042
- ISBN 13: 9781454911043
- Sales rank: 976,001
Rediscover the simple pleasures of a home-cooked meal, Irish-style. This fresh and appealing collection presents tried-and-true family recipes shared by local moms and grandmothers. The dishes range from distinctly traditional Irish fare (often with interesting twists) to those with international influences. Enjoy Brown Soda Bread, Fragrant Chicken Curry, Braised Derrynaflan Brisket, Sweet Fruit Scones with homemade jam, and much, much more.
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The Irish Countrywomen's Association (ICA) was founded in May 1910 with the aim of "improving the standard of life in rural Ireland through education and cooperative effort." Today the ICA has 700 local guilds throughout Ireland in cities, towns, and rural areas. They continue to offer support and fun as well as opportunities to make friends, learn new skills, and contribute to the wider community.
"Lovers of Irish fare will appreciate traditional takes on favorites such as Lickeen colcannon, rabbit pie, and brown soda bread. But the book includes international dishes such as basil pesto, hummus, pizza muffins, and chicken curry. The recipes are sandwiched between an interesting narrative of the association and the key players in it over the past century. Fortunately for American readers, the recipes list U.S. as well as metric measurements, and nearly all ingredients are readily available.. . . fans of Irish food and history will be well served by checking it out." --"Booklist"