Ulster Fry

Author: Billy McWilliams
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ISBN: 9780856409875
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Irish Blood English Heart Ulster Fry

Author: Annie Caulfield
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 014193591X
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Annie Caulfield's early years were spent by the seaside in Ireland. However, the family shifted to Sixties London and soon she wasn't sure who she was - was she English, was she Irish, and if so, what kind of Irish? Watching the news of The Troubles, she was unable to recognise the country she'd left behind. On return journeys to visit her family over the last thirty years, she discovers how much The Troubles have caused weird and successful aspects of the country's life and history to be overlooked. Caulfield's background is religiously and politically mixed, giving her a unique and often astute perspective on The Troubles. This is an Irish emigrant's tale, asking whether you can ever really go back to your roots. If you were a punk rocker when others were on hunger strike, can you really put your hand on your heart and say 'my people'? If you get a headache and go home to watch Big Brother on 12th July, are you just too flippant to understand your own country? There are many books on the recent history of Northern Ireland, but none give such a funny insight into the lives of ordinary people as Annie Caulfield's affectionate portrait of 'Alternative Ulster'.

An Irish Country Cookbook

Author: Patrick Taylor
Editor: Forge Books
ISBN: 1466889268
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From New York Times, USA Today, and Globe and Mail bestselling author Patrick Taylor comes ten new short stories in the popular An Irish Country series paired with more than 140 delicious Irish family recipes in An Irish Country Cookbook. Told from the perspective of beloved housekeeper Kinky Kincaid, one of the cherished starring characters in Taylor’s An Irish Country series, An Irish Country Cookbook explores Ireland’s rich culture through its delicious dishes and stories of its charming people. These authentic tried-and-true family recipes have been passed down from generation to generation, and are the original comfort food for millions. Organized into sections such as: starters, soups, breads, mains, sides, sauces, desserts, cakes, candy and treats, and Ulster Christmas recipes, this cookbook brings the magic of Irish cooking and time-honored Irish traditions to life. The ten short stories starring Dr. Fingal Flahertie O'Reilly, Dr. Barry Laverty, and the colorful village of Ballybucklebo will delight fans of the series and new readers alike. From starters to sauces, Irish soda bread to Christmas dinner, these memorable dishes will bring a taste of the world of the Irish Country books to every kitchen. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

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.

Scotland And Ulster

Author: Ian S. Wood
Editor: Mercat Press Books
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Beyond Belfast

Author: Will Ferguson
Editor: Viking
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"Offbeat and charming, and filled with humour, insight, and a wide array of eccentric characters, Beyond Belfast tells the story of one man's misguided attempt at walking the entire Ulster Way: a 560-mile path that circles Northern Ireland, from the city walls of Derry to the moorland heights of the Sperrins, from the green glens of Antrim to the Mountains of Mourne. Along the way, Will Ferguson, grandson of a Belfast orphan, uncovers his own hidden family history. There are clues about a lost inheritance, a mysterious photograph, rumours of a vast estate: the truth when it comes is both surprising and funny ..."--Publisher's website.

The Digestive Hormones

Author: K. D. Buchanan
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A Visual History Of Cookery

Author: Duncan McCorquodale
Editor: Black Dog Pub Limited
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A Visual History of Cookery is a review of the visual representation of food historically and globally. The book looks at food throughout the ages, the development of food branding, the culture of celebrity chefs and the stylization of the cookbook. The book is split into sections which explore the culinary traditions from Italy, France, Spain and the USA, with vibrant food photography and illustrations depicting cooking methods, celebrated dishes, eating habits and food festivals. A Visual History of Cookery also takes a look at the iconic branding behind the food we buy and the restaurants we eat in?from McDonalds to the critically acclaimed El Bulli. Alongside features on celebrity chefs including Gordon Ramsay, Delia Smith, Giorgio Locatelli and the fictional Betty Crocker. Visually stunning with contributions from esteemed food writers, chefs and restaurateurs including AA Gill, Ferran Adrià, Anthony Bourdain and Alice Waters, A Visual History of Cookery is a book that all foodies, designers and homemakers will relish.

Ireland 2000

Author: Fodor's
Editor: Fodor's
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For 2000, Fodor's has added two new Dublin Rambles: pleasant walks through fine neighborhoods exploring such topics as Georgian architecture and James Joyce's Dublin.

Britain Ireland

Author: Tamara Grosvenor
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ISBN: 9781566565363
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The editors of this series look for hotels that have that special something, regardless of category and facilities. This guidebook to locations in Britain and Ireland includes full-color photos of each hotel along with a full-page description, maps, and hotel name and location indexes.

Housecraft

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The Bulletin

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Circa

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Official Report Of Debates

Author: Northern Ireland. Assembly
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Cond Nast S Traveler

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My Twentieth Century Night Life

Author: Padraic Fiacc
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"Gathering together original critical pieces, autobiographical writings (including his two much-admired radio memoirs, Hell's kitchen and Atlantic crossing) as well as a generous selection of critical, and artistic, responses to his work, this prose miscellany is a significant addition to our understanding of the most complex and urgent of Northern Irish poets"--P. [4] of cover.

Ireland For Dummies

Author: Elizabeth Albertson
Editor: For Dummies
ISBN: 9780764577499
File Size: 11,99 MB
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From Dublin and Belfast to the Cliffs of Moher and the Ring of Kerry, Ireland offers cosmopolitan flavor and natural beauty. So have a pint and make a friend; this lucky guide offers everything you need to make your Irish eyes smile: Four fun itineraries Quick and easy side trips from Dublin to Counties Kilkenny, Meath, Tipperary, and more Where to find the best shopping in Dublin and elsewhere Fun trips to ancient castles, beautiful gardens, coastal scenery, and more Like every For Dummies travel guide, Ireland For Dummies, Third Edition includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn’t miss—and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post-it Flags to mark your favorite pages

Ireland

Author: Donna Dailey
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ISBN: 9781841572116
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This guidebook is written for those exploring Ireland by car, both the Republic and Northern Ireland, with a chapter on Dublin. Detailed area maps are supported by driving directions and route plans and average driving times, as wel as accommodation, sightseeing, dining and shopping.

The Rattle Of The North

Author: Patricia Craig
Editor: Dufour Editions
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This anthology presents a picture of a dynamic society through the words of writers as diverse as William Carleton, C.S. Lewis, Louis MacNeice, Brian Moore, Marianne Elliott and Seamus Heaney.

The Real Guide

Author: Seán Doran
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The image of green and rural Ireland is familiar to everyone. The Rough Guide, though, is not like other guides: it looks beyond the blarney to explore the real charms of a vital European nation. The countryside is fully covered, of course, from the rugged Mountains of Mourne to the wild Atlantic Coast. But the Rough Guide to Ireland also investigates the extraordinary literary culture, keys into the undercurrents of the deep musical tradition, and explores nightlife in the cities as well as discussing the realities of life, north and south. There's extensive detail on the basics, where to stay, where to eat and drink, and much more which is not so obvious, like where to witness the ritual of bargaining at the ancient fairs or how to deal with the complex anomalies of the North.