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Around Ireland with a Pan: Food and Recipies from the 32 Counties

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ISBN: 9780954533533
AuthorO Cathain, Eamonn
Pub Date31/07/2004
BindingPaperback
Pages255
CountryIRL
Dewey641.59415
€16.21

Around Ireland with a Pan by Eamonn O Cathain is a culinary guidebook to Ireland by one of our most well-known chefs and winner of Best Local Cuisine cookbook in English in the prestigious Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. Ireland is becoming increasingly well-known around the world for its vibrant food scene, from superb seafood to wonderful organic meats, fruit and vegetables, and craft-produced cheeses and beers. In Around Ireland with a Pan: Food, Tales and Recipes, Eamonn O Cathain discusses the traditional food cultures of all the counties of Ireland, North and South. He looks at how tastes - and standards - in food have changed over the years and gives his impressions of some of the outstanding restaurants, food markets and food shops to be found on this island. He also reflects on his own love of food and on his experiences of running restaurants, and speculates on what the future holds for Irish food.

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Around Ireland with a Pan by Eamonn O Cathain is a culinary guidebook to Ireland by one of our most well-known chefs and winner of Best Local Cuisine cookbook in English in the prestigious Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. Ireland is becoming increasingly well-known around the world for its vibrant food scene, from superb seafood to wonderful organic meats, fruit and vegetables, and craft-produced cheeses and beers. In Around Ireland with a Pan: Food, Tales and Recipes, Eamonn O Cathain discusses the traditional food cultures of all the counties of Ireland, North and South. He looks at how tastes - and standards - in food have changed over the years and gives his impressions of some of the outstanding restaurants, food markets and food shops to be found on this island. He also reflects on his own love of food and on his experiences of running restaurants, and speculates on what the future holds for Irish food.

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