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Blasta Books #2 - Hot Fat

Alford, Russell
Russell Alford and Patrick Hanlon are fried food aficionados – they are absolutely obsessed with anything that can be put in a deep-fryer or a pot full of dripping.

Blasta Books #6 - Tapas

Cabrera, Anna
The tapas recipes that Anna and Vanessa share in this book are the way they love to prepare them. There are thousands of different ways to create so many of these dishes, but that's the joy of Spain. Hopefully you can now make these your own too.

Blasta Books #8 : Masarap

Castillo, Richie
Masarap is the exploration of Filipino food through an Irish cultural lens and a way to introduce more people to the food of the Philippines, which is hugely underrepresented.

Blasta Books #4 - Wok

Chan, Kwanghi
Born in Hong Kong but raised in Buncrana, County Donegal, Kwanghi Chan's book, Wok, is the first Irish-Chinese cookbook to be published. The book is broken down into eight sections with three recipes in each section. Kwanghi wants to bring Asian food to a wider Irish audience and this book is the approachable introduction you need.

Paradiso: Recipes and Reflections

Cotter, Denis
"Home cooks will relish Paradiso as a fascinating, practical celebration of vegetable-based cooking and a terrific read, and – importantly – chefs, and budding chefs, will find it a source of great inspiration." – Georgina Campbell

Irish Kitchen Cocktails : 60 Recipes You Can Make at Home with Everyday Equipment

Davis, Oisin
In Irish Kitchen Cocktails, industry pro Oisin Davis shows you how easy it is to make cocktails with Irish spirits using everyday kitchen equipment.

Butter Boy Collected Stories & Recipes

Flynn, Paul
Butter Boy is the complete collection of all 152 articles and over 450 recipes from Paul Flynn's tenure as food writer for the Irish Times from November 2019 to October 2022.

The Gathered Table: A Taste of Home - The Peter McVerry Trust

Gather + Gather Ireland
The Gathered Table: A Taste of Home is a collection of 55 recipes from across Ireland's food world. Compiled by Gather & Gather, all proceeds from this book will go to the Peter McVerry Trust, the national housing and homelessness charity, helping them to change more lives and give more people a home of their own.