The Country Cooking of Ireland

[PDF] The Country Cooking of Ireland | by ☆ Colman Andrews Christopher Hirsheimer Darina Allen - The Country Cooking of Ireland, The Country Cooking of Ireland In The Country Cooking of Ireland internationally acclaimed food and travel writer Colman Andrews brings to life the people countryside and delicious food of Ireland Fast emerging as one of the wor
  • Title: The Country Cooking of Ireland
  • Author: Colman Andrews Christopher Hirsheimer Darina Allen
  • ISBN: 9780811866705
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] The Country Cooking of Ireland | by ☆ Colman Andrews Christopher Hirsheimer Darina Allen, The Country Cooking of Ireland, Colman Andrews Christopher Hirsheimer Darina Allen, The Country Cooking of Ireland In The Country Cooking of Ireland internationally acclaimed food and travel writer Colman Andrews brings to life the people countryside and delicious food of Ireland Fast emerging as one of the world s hottest culinary destinations Ireland is a country of artisanal bakers farmers cheesemakers and butteries where farm to table dining has been practiced for cen [PDF] The Country Cooking of Ireland | by ☆ Colman Andrews Christopher Hirsheimer Darina Allen - The Country Cooking of Ireland, The Country Cooking of Ireland In The Country Cooking of Ireland internationally acclaimed food and travel writer Colman Andrews brings to life the people countryside and delicious food of Ireland Fast emerging as one of the wor
  • [PDF] The Country Cooking of Ireland | by ☆ Colman Andrews Christopher Hirsheimer Darina Allen
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The Country Cooking of Ireland

About Author

  1. Colman Andrews Christopher Hirsheimer Darina Allensays:

    Co founder and former editor of Saveur magazine and the author of Catalan Cuisine, Flavors of the Riviera, and Everything on the Table and co author and co editor of three Saveur cookbooks Now a resident of New York City and Connecticut, a native of Los Angeles and a frequent contributor to the LA Times and Los Angeles Magazine He won six James Beard Awards for his writing on food and wine, and was one of the first 50 people named to Who s Who of Food and Beverage in America.

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  1. Perhaps the best Irish cookbook I ve seen and just in time for St Patrick s Day, it s full of all the best Irish basics in simple to follow recipe format Though it is in the dreaded oversize format note to publishers I HATE THIS it not only provides excellent recipe and food information it s full of excellent cultural and historical information No revisionist history here, it lays out the story of the so called famine in painstaking detail If you want to cook authentic Irish cuisine this is the [...]


  2. This cookbook is beautiful and worthy of your coffee table for a quick dalliance into Irish life and culture Our group, however, wasn t as enad of the recipes as we were the prose and photos While the recipes aren t difficult to execute, we found the size of the book very large , the multitude of fonts, the lack of information guiding the reader to continued recipes on following pages and the lack of page numbers on pages with photographs to be challenging and frustrating as a useful cookbook An [...]



  3. Well researched recipesI enjoyed Colman Andrews Country Cooking of Ireland because it was both a well researched reference book and a guide to Irish cookery The reminisces and historical notes gave an interesting background to the dishes that followed THe origins of various words and even a guide to faeries were educational and written in a witty style.The photographs illustrated the recipes nicely.


  4. Country Cooking of Ireland contains a comprehensive collection of Irish recipes, with mouth watering color photos and fascinating bits of history with each section In my hands, it felt weighty and substantial, as the dimensions of each page are about 8X11 inches and there are than 350 pages There are 15 chapters and in the back there is a resource guide, list of recipes, bibliography and an index.Colman Andrews, one of the founders of Saveur magazine, wrote and compiled this volume, which seems [...]


  5. You don t have to be interested in cooking anything or even be of Irish extraction to love this book It s funny, the pictures are beautiful, and it s chock full of good stories and Irish lore too You might just end up wishing for a big dish of colcannan though Maybe a pint You don t have to be Irish or interested in cooking up a storm to love this book It s charming and funny and the pictures are just beautiful Irish country lore and little anecdotes about the typical foods might just make you b [...]


  6. This is a wonderful learning cookbook one that provides history and context for its recipes, one that teaches the user cooking techniques, not just how to make a recipe Colman Andrews writes cookbooks that you can read cover to cover and this is another excellent and thorough work The recipes are excellent and approachable, the history is engaging The book is excellently illustrated and makes me wish even than I already do that I was a travel food writer.


  7. Excellent recipe book with history and background for the recipes Dessert recipes seem interesting I have copied the soda bread recipes to try.A good book for Maryan to peruse.Available at the public library.


  8. Opulent and gorgeously put together, great rcipes, great stories, great cultural underpinnings for the food and photos to match and great pictures of how the recipes should look It will make you want to plan your next trip to Ireland




  9. Great cook book Lots of awesome classic dishes to try out I d recommend this to anyone who enjoys good ol home cooking.


  10. Excellent cookbook filled with simple home recipes, complex fancy recipes and a ton of stories and information about Ireland.


  11. There is a TON of great research in this book Though I didn t find any recipes I wanted to try, it s a great resource about Irish culture and food.


  12. way too big to be a functional kitchen cookbook fun vignettes of irish food history and current trends most recipes seem simple with common ingredients.



  13. Some recipes Country Cooking Supermarket country cooking maybe At times I enjoyed the pictures better Because the typography of this book is wonderful.



  14. LovelyVery nice history and recipes I think he did a great job with this book There are many recipes I will try.


  15. I don t really like irish food one word mutton , but this won a cookbook award so I ll give it a tryUPDATE A surprising lack of mutton AND plethora of yummy root veggies note I 3 parsnips


  16. Gorgeous pictures and interesting historical anecdotes I can appreciate the spirit of the cooking, but I ll probably never use a recipe from the book I must find Irish butter now, though.


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