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Irish Pub Cookbook

April 5, 2019 - Comment

Review Book the complete irish pub cookbook

The Complete Irish Pub Cookbook features many pub favorites. A sampling of dishes are Scallop Chowder, Blue Cheese and Walnut Tartlets, Bacon Beet & Spinach Salad, Irish Stew, Dublin Coddle and Rhubarb Crisp
Among this author’s favorite cookbooks: The Complete Irish Pub Cookbook

A good cookbook is like a close friend when preparing meals for special occasions. No doubt you have a collection of favorite cookbooks. Among my favorite cookbooks is The Complete Irish Pub Cookbook published by Parragon Books.

I purchased the original edition purchased several years ago. This has been a worthy addition in my modest collection of cookbooks. Each meal tried has turned out to be delicious. Pages are well organized and contain great illustrations of the recipes and Ireland.

The book covers an extensive collection of dishes from categories:

  • Appetizers & Snacks
  • Entrees
  • Vegetables & Sides
  • Desserts & Drinks

 

Among my favorites within are Blue Cheese & Walnut Tartlets, Bacon Beet & Spinach Salad, Irish Stew, Pot-Roast Pork, Dublin Coddle, Colcannon, Bacon & Potato Cakes, and Rhubarb Crisp.


Preparation of dishes: Easy to Moderate!

Most dishes are simple to prepare and do not require a great deal of time or effort. Spices and ingredients used are commonly available. As a result, several dishes from this book have been added to our meal planning rotation. Most dishes are great regardless of the season!

If you enjoy learning recipes from around the world, you find this one to be a great inspiration.
RC

 

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If you enjoy cooking as much as I do, you’ll enjoy reviewing these cookbooks with loads of recipes and pairing ideas. Authors suggest meal planning ideas based on seasons, geography, food profiles matching any occasion!

 

 

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