Best Irish Cooking, Food & Wine Books
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1. The Complete Instant Pot Cookbook 1000 Recipes: For Your Pressure Cooker With Effortless And Easy Beginners Meals
Author: by Rebecca White
Published at: Independently published (October 26, 2020)
The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook with 1000 RecipesDo you want the greatest variety of healthy and delicious meals? In this cookbook you will find:Why is the Instant Pot so fascinating10 most important tips when cooking with your Instant Pot, so you can save time and moneyHow operate the various modes that the Instant Pot offers1000 recipes are waiting for you to explore in this cookbook, they cover everything you can think of:Vegetables & Side DishesBeans, Legumes & LentilsRice, Pasta & GrainsPorkPoultryBeefLow CarbSnacks & AppetizersFish & SeafoodVeganSoups, Stocks & StewsDessertsand moreGrab your copy today!
2. The Complete Irish Pub Cookbook: Traditional Easy and Simple Recipies for Beginners to Experts for Saint Patricks Day, Christmas, Family Get-Togethers and More
Author: by Parragon Books
Published at: Parragon Books (January 15, 2019)
Pubs in Ireland are the cornerstone of their communities, relaxed places where locals and visitors can experience the best of traditional Irish hospitality. Many pubs have also become the place to go for a great meal, with a choice of both traditional and contemporary dishes.
In recent years Irish cooking has been transformed, with skillful cooks making the most of wonderful fresh local produce to create delicious new dishes and giving a twist to many classics. This tasty cookbook includes the best of both worlds – with best-loved favorites s Irish Stew, Corned Beef and Split Pea and Ham Soup and newer recipes, like Scallop Chowder or Oatmeal and Raspberry Cream to set your taste buds tingling.
So just open this book to enjoy the best of traditional and contemporary Irish pub cooking. CLASSIC TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY RECIPES: The best of Irish cooking for all occasions. St. Patrick’s Day, hearty family suppers or special celebrations, there is a perfect, well-loved recipe for every get-together.
3. Plant Based Cookbook For Beginners: 600 Healthy Plant-Based Recipes For Everyday
Author: by Sidney Johnson
Published at: Independently published (January 30, 2021)
600 Plant Based Recipes for Delicious & Gorgeous Meals! Do you want to & live a life full of energy, yet enjoying mouthwatering and easy to prepare meals? Do you want to lose weight once and for all, while still enjoying your favorite vegan dishes?
Well, if the answer is yes, then that’s why I’m here for. To help you with achieving this, I focused on creating the one and only Plant-based cookbook, for excellent results, with easy and effortless to cook recipes for anyone.
This simple, yet plant based recipes book will assist you to achieve one-of-a-kind yummy meals,ready to restore your health, feel great and lose weight! Foolfproof Rice & Grains recipes for quick carbs rechargeNo-fuss Brunch and Dinner recipes to keep ”cheating”Energizing Smoothies and BreakfastsGreat Meatless and Vegan recipesGreat variety of Soups, Stews and SaladsFascinating Desserts & DrinksCraveable Side Dishes & SnacksThis complete Plant-based cookbook will take care of your scarce cooking time and will show you the easiest & tastiest way towards a New Lifestyle
4. The Irish Cookbook (Includes 480 Home-cooking Recipes)
Author: by JP McMahon
Published at: Phaidon Press; Illustrated edition (February 26, 2020)
“A monumental tome on Irish cuisine.” Food & Wine”This book is packed with compelling stories and fascinating information. Think of it as a course on Irish cuisine, told by a serious chef.” Boston Globe”The new story of Irish food.” The Irish Times”Beautifully evocative and comprehensive…
Jp McMahon has written what could well be the definitive book on his homeland’s cuisine.” The Sunday TimesThe Irish Cookbook showcases the true depth of Irish cuisine, its ingredients, and its fascinating history, as never beforeIreland’s remarkably rich food heritage dates back millenia and, in The Irish Cookbook, acclaimed chef Jp McMahon captures its unique culinary origins and varied influences.
Irish food is the summation of what the land and sea gives; the book’s 480 home-cooking recipes celebrate the range and quality of Ireland’s bounty, from oysters and seaweed on its west coast to beef and lamb from its lush green pastures, to produce and forage from throughout the island.
5. Real Irish Food: 150 Classic Recipes from the Old Country
Author: by David Bowers
Published at: Skyhorse; Illustrated edition (March 4, 2014)
From hearty roasts to innovative vegetable dishes, from trays of fresh-baked scones to rich, eggy cakes, and from jams bursting with tart fruit to everything you can do with a potato, there’s no food so homey and family-oriented, so truly mouthwatering as real Irish food.
People in Ireland are sometimes mortified by what Americans think of as Irish food. That’s because the real thing is much subtler and more delicious than any platter of overcooked corned beef and mushy cabbage could ever be. Real Irish food is brown soda bread so moist it barely needs the yolk-yellow butter; fragrant apple tarts with tender, golden crusts; rich stews redolent of meaty gravy and sweet carrots; crisp-edged potato cakes flipped hot from a skillet directly onto the plate.
Forget meatloaf or mac and cheesethis stuff is the original comfort food. Real Irish Food is the first comprehensive cookbook to bring classic Irish dishes to America with an eye for American kitchens and cooks, and with tips and tricks to help reproduce Irish results with American ingredients.
6. The Blue Bloods Cookbook: 120 Recipes That Will Bring Your Family to the Table
Author: by Wendy Howard Goldberg
Published at: St. Martin's Press (November 3, 2015)
ERIN REAGAN: How many times have you and I been setting the table together for Sunday dinner? NICKY REAGAN: A million. Anyone who has ever seen the hit TV show Blue Bloods knows that the family dinner is the centerpiece of every episode.
And there are really only three things that Blue Bloods-and everyone else-need to make a successful family dinner: family, love and food. Bring the first two to the table and The Blue Bloods Cookbook will provide the third! Bridget Moynahan, the show’s star, invites you to partake in that sacred family ritual, offering food lovers more than 100 delectable recipes and bringing you Irish/Italian comfort food that will make you feel right at home, including: -Clam Chowder (Manhattan, of course!
Arthur Avenue Spaghetti and Meatballs-Chicken Francese-Pizza, Reagan Style-Standing Rib Roast with Cippolini Onion Sauce-Cheesecake with NYPD Blue ToppingJust as there is a chair around the table for every family member, there is a recipe in this cookbook sure to make any eater happy to be home again.
7. Our Irish Grannies' Recipes: Comforting and Delicious Cooking From the Old Country to Your Family's Table
Author: by Eoin Purcell
Published at: Sourcebooks (November 1, 2011)
Savor the delicious and authentic recipes of traditional Irish cookingSafe-keepers of Ireland’s tastiest and most precious culinary traditions, grannies from all across the Emerald Isle have long kept the secret recipes that define Irish cooking. Classic foods such as brown bread and potato soup have been passed down from generation to generation, and faithfully served by grannies in thatch-roofed cottages and local village pubs for years.
Eoin Purcell has compiled the best of his ancestors’ recipes in the ultimate collection of authentic Irish cooking. Try your hand at tried-and-tested recipes such as: Ravenscroft Guinness Beef Stew A Traditional Dublin Coddle Granny’s Northern Irish Stuffing Old-fashioned Soda SconesBring back the memories and comfort of your grandmother’s kitchen table with Our Irish Grannies’ Recipes, perfect for family gatherings, St. Patrick Day celebrations, or Sunday lunches with friends.
“A small book with a big heart.” Irish Independent
8. Cook Well Eat Well
Author: by Rory O'Connell
Published at: Gill Books; Illustrated edition (September 18, 2017)
Rory O’Connell, Ballymaloe Cookery School teacher and author of Master It (winner of the prestigious Andre Simon Food Book Award), is back with his second cookbook, which focuses on seasonal, balanced three-course meals for elegant eating and entertaining. Recipes are divided by season and include Beetroot and Autumn Raspberries with Honey, Mint and Labna; Sashimi of Mackerel with Crisped Radishes and Scallions; Roast Hazelnut Panna Cotta with Chocolate and Caramel Sauce and Duck Leg Curry with Cider Vinegar.
Each perfectly balanced meal caters for 46 people, and one of the meals is entirely meat-free. In addition, every season includes a menu for entertaining a large group of people from a summer alfresco lunch to a Christmas feast. Complete meals can be replicated for elegant entertaining, or individual dishes can be tried for simple and pleasing lunches or dinners.
An absolute delight of a cookbook offering a very modern way to eat.
9. The Complete Instant Vortex Air Fryer Oven Cookbook For Beginners: Simple, Crispy and Delicious Air Fryer Oven Recipes (Instant Pot Cookbooks)
Author: by Steven Preston
Published at: Independently published (December 25, 2020)
The Ultimate Instant Vortex Air Fryer Oven Recipes for Crispy Heaven in 2021! Easy and Tasty Air Fryer recipes for healthier meals! You are just a few button clicks away from preparing crunchy and mouthwatering fried foods, to enjoy and have fun!
This simple, yet full of effortless instant vortex air fryer recipes cookbook has the following categories:Tons of Chicken RecipesEven More Meat options Great variety of Breakfast & Brunch recipesVegetarian and Vegan choices for some fresh and crispy experience Wonderful Appetizers, Snacks & SoupsDesserts and Sweets for EveryoneThis essential instant vortex air fryer cookbook will increase your cooking desire for crunchy and crispy experience in no time!
10. Irish Pub Cooking
Author: by Publications International Ltd.
Published at: Publications International, Ltd. (December 26, 2016)
Irish Pub Cooking is filled with recipes for classic Irish dishes. More than 75 recipes for classic Irish food, plus fun foods for St. Patrick’s Day entertaining. Shepherd’s Pie, Corned Beef and Cabbage, Potato and Leek Soup, and Irish Soda Bread.
Irish-inspired treats like White Chocolate Shamrocks, Celtic Knots, and Leprechaun Cupcakes. Includes more than 60 full-color photos.
11. Renal Diet Cookbook for beginners: A Complete Guide to Understand and Control Kidney Disease (CKD). 500 Wholesome, Low-Sodium, Low-Potassium, Low-Phosphorus Recipes to Eat Healthy and Avoid Dialysis
Author: by Susan Castelli
Published at: Independently published (November 27, 2020)
DISCOVER FOODS THAT DAMAGE YOUR KIDNEYS AND GRADUALLY CHANGE YOUR EATING HABITS WITHOUT COMPROMISING ON TASTE! Have you just recently been diagnosed with mild or severe kidney disease? Maybe you feel a little scared and confused about what changes you’ll have to make and how different your life is going to be?
Would you like to bring back the health and energy you used to have while still enjoying delicious foods? If you answered Yes to at least one of these questions, please read on. I know that now is not the easiest time in your life.
But after that, I would like you to know that it’s not as bad as some people might make it sound like! Being diagnosed with renal disease isn’t the end of the world, especially if you were diagnosed early. Properly following a right food program, such as a Renal Diet can greatly support you to decrease the progression of your disease and help you to avoid dialysis in the long run.
But always make sure to follow all the guidelines provided by your doctor before considering the Renal Diet. Chronic kidney diseases is actually a much more widespread disease than most people realize. The fact is that many people are living with some form of kidney disease but are absolutely unaware of the fact as the disease is undiagnosed.
12. An Irish Country Cookbook: More Than 140 Family Recipes from Soda Bread to Irish Stew, Paired with Ten New, Charming Short Stories from the Beloved Irish Country Series (Irish Country Books)
Author: by Patrick Taylor
Published at: Forge Books; Reprint edition (February 7, 2017)
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 150 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.
13. The Irish Pub Cookbook
Author: by Margaret Johnson
Published at: Chronicle Books; Illustrated edition (December 15, 2005)
Talk about the luck of the Irish! One of the most beloved of Irish institutions (there are more than one thousand in Dublin alone), the traditional pub has served generations as the venue for local gossip, sporting news, a ceilidh or two, literary soirees, real estate deals, political debates, revolutionary plots, and, lest we forget, for knocking back a pint of Guinness or a “ball of malt.” The food’s not bad either as The Irish Pub Cookbook so deliciously demonstrates.
It’s a celebration of over 70 pub classics: thick soups and stews; savory tarts and meaty pies; big bowls of salad (times change! ; and desserts of the seconds-are-always-appropriate variety. There’s shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, seafood chowder, and whiskey bread pudding for those with a taste for the quintessential.
Contemporary specialties such as Bacon, Blue Cheese, and Courgette Soup; Salmon Cakes with Dill and Wine Sauce; Braised Lambshanks with Red Currants; and White Chocolate Terrine spotlight modern Irish cooking’s richly deserved acclaim. Complete with pub photos, history, and lore, nobody leaves hungry when The Irish Pub Cookbook is in the kitchen.
From Barley to Blarney: A Whiskey Lover's Guide to Ireland
Author: by Sean Muldoon
Published at: Andrews McMeel Publishing (April 16, 2019)
This comprehensive field guide to Ireland’s robust and growing whiskey scene is the ultimate itinerary for whiskey beginners and connoisseurs, alike. 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.
15. Irish Traditional Cooking: Over 300 Recipes from Ireland's Heritage
Author: by Darina Allen
Published at: Kyle Books (December 22, 2004)
More than 300 traditional dishes, each recipe is complemented by tips, tales, historical insights and common Irish customs, many of which have been passed down from one generation to the next through the greatest of oral traditions.