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Burren Dinners: From the Chefs and Artisan Food Producers of West Clare

Burren Dinners: From the Chefs and Artisan Food Producers of West Clare
IInfluenced by their rugged surroundings, pristine indigenous ingredients and generations-old passion for communal dinning, the leading voices in The Burren food scene share treasured three-course dinner-party menus they'd serve in their own homes.
Our Price: €24.99
ISBN/EAN9781788491020
Stock: 12
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd
Pub. Date: October 28 2019
Author: GLEASON, TREVIS
Format: Hardback
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What do chefs cook when they have friends and family round for dinner?



Award-winning author Trevis L. Gleason asked just that of the renowned chefs and artisanal food producers of The Burren.



Influenced by their rugged surroundings, pristine indigenous ingredients and generations-old passion for communal dinning, the leading voices in The Burren food scene share treasured three-course dinner-party menus they'd serve in their own homes.



From everyday dining to special occasions, these foodies share their recipes and Trevis serves up the back-stories of these creative, passionate, hard-working lovers of food at its best.
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