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Irish Cooking

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Irish Cooking by Biddy White Lennon
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At last a definitive, entertaining and easy to use Irish cook book bursting with the colours and flavours of Irish food. With chapters on breads & baking, breakfasts, soups, starters, mains, desserts & drinks, this also includes festive dishes and fascinating details of Irish food traditions and folklore. Written by Biddy White Lennon, this focuses on the simple, easy to find ingredients which are at the heart of Irish cooking. Fully illustrated with new colour photographs and written in an easy accessible style with step-by-step instructions, this comprehensive cookbook is also available in French and German.

Author Biography

Biddy White Lennon is a noted cook and personality, familiar to many people as Maggie from The Riordans. She is a founder member and currently Chairwoman of the Irish Food Writers Guild. Biddy is the editor and food writer of Irish Home Diary and writes regularly for Food and Wine Magazine. Her most recent book, Wild Food, is an exciting collaboration with Evan Doyle of the famous Strawberry Tree restaurant. As a judge on The Great Irish Bake-Off, Biddy displayed her passion for great food that can be cooked by ordinary people in their own homes.
Release date Australia
February 22nd, 2008
Country of Publication
Ireland
Illustrations
31 Halftones, color
Imprint
O'Brien Press Ltd
Pages
96
Dimensions
196x260x8
ISBN-13
9781847170248
Product ID
2522176

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