Ireland S Green Larder

Author: Margaret Hickey
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ISBN: 9781783525249
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Ireland's Green Larder tells the story of food and drink in Ireland, for the first time. From the ancient system of the Ceide Fields, established a thousand years before the Pyramids were built, right up to today's thriving food scene. Rather than focusing on battles and rulers, Margaret Hickey digs down to what has formed the day-to-day life of the people. It's a glorious ramble through the centuries, drawing on diaries, letters, legal texts, ballads, government records, folklore and more. The story of how Queen Maeve died after being hit by a piece of hard cheese sits alongside a contemporary interview with one of Ireland's magnificent cheese makers, and the tale of the author's day in Clew Bay on the wild Atlantic coast, collecting the world's freshest oysters, is countered by Jonathan Swift's complaint about dubiously fresh salmon being sold on the streets of Dublin. Beautifully illustrated and dotted with recipes, there are chapters covering everything from strong tea to the Irish rituals and superstitions associated with food and drink. With a light touch and a flair for finding the most telling details, Hickey draws on years of research to bring this sweeping history brilliantly to life.

The Country Cooking Of Ireland

Author: Colman Andrews
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452124051
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In The Country Cooking of Ireland, internationally acclaimed food and travel writer Colman Andrews brings to life the people, countryside, and delicious food of Ireland. Fast emerging as one of the world's hottest culinary destinations, Ireland is a country of artisanal bakers, farmers, cheese makers, and butteries, where farm-to-table dining has been practiced for centuries. Meticulously researched and reported, this sumptuous cookbook includes 250 recipes and more than 100 photographs of the pubs, the people, and the emerald Irish countryside taken by award-winning photographer Christopher Hirsheimer. Rich with stories of the food and people who make Ireland a wonderful place to eat, and laced with charming snippets of song, folklore, and poetry, The Country Cooking of Ireland ushers in a new understanding of Irish food.

The Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Fruits Vegetables And Herbs

Author: Deborah Madison
Editor: Chartwell Books
ISBN: 0785834885
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"History - botany - cuisine"--Front cover.

From Barley To Blarney

Author: Sean Muldoon
Editor: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 1524852767
File Size: 53,37 MB
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An Irish whiskey guru, two bartender behemoths, and an adept writer combine forces to create this comprehensive guide to Irish whiskey. The book begins with an in-depth introduction to whiskey and its history in Ireland, including what makes each style of Irish whiskey unique. What follows is a detailed tour, including photographs, around the four Irish provinces, and of the 22 different distilleries and the unique Irish whiskeys each produces, as well as a discussion of the booming present and promising future for Irish whiskey producers. Each province also highlights the best of Ireland's 50 iconic bars and pubs, linking past to present and providing the ultimate whiskey tourist itinerary. The fun really begins when the masterminds behind 2015’s “World’s Best Bar,” Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, share 12 original mixed-drink recipes tailor-made for Irish spirits.

The Secret Report Of Friar Otto

Author: Sam Smith
Editor: Wordctacher Publishing Group Ltd
ISBN: 178942089X
File Size: 38,28 MB
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A gang of renegade knights takes refuge on tiny and remote Lundy Island off the coast of Devon in medieval England. When they are betrayed, captured and condemned, Friar Otto is sent to investigate their crimes. His secret report is Sam Smith's reinterpretation of a 750 year-old manuscript.

The Victoria History Of The County Of Lancaster

Author: William Farrer
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Illustrated Sporting Dramatic News

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Monthly Report Government Of Northern Ireland Ministry Of Agriculture

Author: Northern Ireland. Ministry of Agriculture
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Leslie S

Author: John Albert Sleicher
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Farmers Gazette

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The Spectator

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The Listener

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Horticulture

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Country Life

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Nursing Times Nursing Mirror

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I Was A Day In Waterford

Author: T. N. Fewer
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ISBN: 9780953370412
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Harpers Weekly

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Take The Kids

Author: Amy Corzine
Editor: Cadogan Books
ISBN: 9781860111105
File Size: 44,68 MB
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This family guide explores a land of myths and legends. The tranquility of Ireland's breathtaking scenery and liveliness of its people encourage fun and adventures, whether families enjoy beachcombing, hill-trekking, horse-riding, dolphin-watching, visiting zoos and folk museums, or indigenous sporting events like hurling. From Dublin to Donegal, Cork to the Kingdoms of Down, city and country activities are spiced with Irish mythology and traditional lore to fire the imaginations of children of every age. Its practical advice enables parents to relax in warm, welcoming atmospheres that are amenable to families while they tune in to a unique and lyrical way of life.