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Irish Country Cooking: More Than 100 Recipes for Today's Tableby The Irish Countrywomen's Association
Synopses & Reviews
Welcome to Beekman 1802, in Sharon Springs, NY--the historic home of The Fabulous Beekman Boys, Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge. Josh and Brent star in the popular show on Planet Green TV, and they have built a worldwide reputation for their goat's milk soaps and superb, artisanal Blaak cheese.
Together, Josh and Brent have created a gorgeous cookbook that is and#8220;heirloomand#8221; in every sense of the word: they showcase heirloom fruits and vegetables; offer delicious heirloom recipes from farm, family, and friends; and include a section in the back of each chapter so you can personalize the book with your own treasured recipes--and create a unique keepsake to hand down to your family.
From springtime pea pod risotto and summery strawberry shortcake to quick braised collards in autumn and yummy chicken 'n' dumplings for a snowy winter's day, this is simple yet luscious farm-fresh fare that everyone will love.
Rediscover the simple pleasures of a home-cooked meal, Irish-style. This fresh and appealing collection presents tried-and-true family recipes shared by local moms and grandmothers. The dishes range from distinctly traditional Irish fare (often with interesting twists) to those with international influences. Enjoy Brown Soda Bread, Fragrant Chicken Curry, Braised Derrynaflan Brisket, Sweet Fruit Scones with homemade jam, and much, much more.
Together, the Beekman Boys have created a gorgeous cookbook that is andldquo;heirloomandrdquo; in every sense of the word: they showcase heirloom fruits and vegetables; offer delicious recipes from farm, family, and friends; and include a section in the back of each chapter so you can personalize the book with your own treasured recipesandmdash;and create a unique keepsake to hand down to your family.
About the Author
The Irish Countrywomen's Association (ICA) was founded in May 1910 with the aim of and#8220;improving the standard of life in rural Ireland through education and cooperative effort.and#8221; Today the ICA has 700 local guilds throughout Ireland in cities, towns, and rural areas. They continue to offer support and fun as well as opportunities to make friends, learn new skills, and contribute to the wider community.
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