Irish Pub Cookbook
Irish Pub Cookbook brings you over 80 recipes for hearty Irish pub grub for your home kitchen. We must say, the recipes sound delicious!
Format: Softcover, 223 pages.
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Author: Margaret M. Johnson
Description: In the Emerald Isle, the place to raise a pint or three, sing some sentimental lullabies, swap sporting news and local gossip, debate politics, romance your fair colleen, and much more is the Irish pub, the very hub of Irish life. Now, from the author of The Irish Heritage Cookbook, comes this culinary celebration of Irish pub grub. From Davy Byrnes in Dublin to Kehoe's Pub and Parlour in Kilmore Quay, and from Durty Nelly's in Bunratty to Grace Neill's in Donaghadee, nothingtastes better with a pint of Guinness or a ball of malt (a glass of whiskey) than a steaming bowl of hotchpotch, thick slabs of brown soda bread and fruit tarts.
Along with more than eighty recipes to comfort your soul. The Irish Pub Cookbook includes enchanting pub photos, history, folklore, and blackboard specials from some of the country's most famous gathering places. This book brings home all of the classics -- Shepherd's Pie, Bacon and Cabbage topped with a parsley sauce, Seafood Chowder, big joints of meat sliced at the carvery, tasty Bread and Butter Pudding with Hot Whiskey Sauce. But while many dishes have the sentimental pull to the days of auld, you'll find Irish pub fare has come of age with contemporary specialties like Caramelized Duck Breast with Pineapple Chutney and a cheesecake flavored with Baileys Irish Cream and Murphy's, the famous Cork-brewed stout.
Your eyes will be smilin' as these recipes transport you from your kitchen back through the doors of your favorite Irish pub, if only in your heart.
Condition: Good condition.