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Joy of Food

Joy of Food
The Ballymaloe Cookery School teacher and TV chef celebrates everything he is passionate about in his latest cookbook: first rate ingredients and the pleasure that comes from enjoying and sharing the result. Accompanying the recipes are Rory's charming illustrations and personal essays in praise of everything from hazelnuts to the humble hen.
Our Price: €24.99
ISBN/EAN9780717189847
Stock: 10
Publisher: Gill
Pub. Date: October 9 2020
Author: O'Connell, Rory
Format: Hardback
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This is the book Rory O'Connell was born to write. Not only a collection of good things to eat, showcasing the best of Irish seasonal produce from Rustic Chicken, Swiss Chard and Tarragon Tart to Blackberry and Sweet Geranium Posset, The Joy of Food is also a celebration of everything Rory is passionate about: first-rate ingredients, simple and respectful cooking techniques and the absolute pleasure that comes from enjoying and sharing the result.



Accompanying the recipes are Rory's charming original illustrations and personal essays in praise of everything from hazelnuts to the humble hen.



The Joy of Food is, quite simply, a book for every food lover's home.
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