In The Irish Cookbook, traditional Irish dishes are adapted to suit present day tastes and lifestyles. It includes plenty of modern recipes using our finest fresh seafood, farmhouse vegetables, prime Irish meats and cheeses. The book will be invaluable to the reader for all occasions, whether they want a quick and easy snack, a family meal or are entertaining for a special occasion. The author passionately believes that tasty food that is good for you can be achieved by anyone, once they have a few basic skills and recipes. This is what she provides here, writing simply and clearly and avoiding the use of difficult culinary terms which might confuse the inexperienced cook. This is a revised and updated edition of the bestselling version which was first published in 1971.
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Carla Blake was born in South Africa but has lived and worked in Ireland for many years. She is a well known food writer with a regular column for The Irish Examiner. A founder of the Irish Food Writers Guild, Carla has been writing about food since 1974. Readers of her work find her recipes very easy to follow and enjoy her approach to food.Review:
Traditional Irish dishes have here been adapted to present tastes and cooking methods in this cookbook, which also includes some modern recipes. Enjoy many main course and dessert selections which cover the range of Irish cooking methods and ingredients. -- Midwest Book Review
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