Avoca Cafe Cookbook, Ireland
Avoca Cafe Cookbook comes to you all the way from this popular restaurant in Ireland. Here inside this cookbook you will go behind the scenes to learn the secrets of 120 delicious recipes from the Avoca Cafe.
Format: Softcover, 191 pages.
Publisher: Avoca Handweavers
Author: Hugo Arnold and Georgia Glynn
Description: The Avoca Cafe Cookbook is much more than a collection of appetizing recipes: it's a mirror to a fresh, new Ireland. It draws from tradition, from what's wholesome, natural, instinctive, and reinvents it with color, taste and confidence.
Over 120 delicious dishes are only part of the menu. The Avoca Cafe Cookbook goes behind the scenes to the most precious ingredient, its people, and unfolds the inspiring tale of one of Ireland's business successes, the family-run Avoca Handweavers.
It charts the evolution of the Avoca cafes from four tables with home-made soup as the most elaborate offering to the terrace cafes at Kilmacanogue and Powerscourt House in County Wicklow, with their extensive gardens where over 1,000 people daily can enjoy the freshest ingredients, lovingly prepared.
The Avoca cafes continue to flourish, garnering awards, critical acclaim and an ever-increasing host of appreciative customers. There are now six, the latest offshoot being at Avoca's spacious store on Dublin's Suffolk Street opposite Trinity College.
In the Avoca Cafe Cookbook, you'll find exciting recipes for crispy salads and Mediterranean tarts, for aromatic soups and crusty breads. You'll find light lunches and family dinners, summer picnics and late-night suppers.
The Avoca Cafe Cookbook is a stimulating addition to any contemporary kitchen.
Condition: Good condition.
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