For the week of March 17th, 2004


Are you looking for more Irish recipes? Check out The Irish Heritage Cookbook by Margaret M. Johnson. This 304 page paperback is filled with all the standard traditional Irish and Irish-American recipes. The chapters include historical sidebars that will add to your meal. Try the Dublin Coddle or the Quail with Chestnut stuffing and let me know how they turn out.
You cannot visit Ireland without partaking in a pub-crawl. Even if you do not indulge in the rich black brew that is one of Ireland’s most famous products, you must experience the pub food. Hearty and filling fare that will brace you for the long day ahead. If you can’t make it to the famous pubs of Ireland go down to your local bookstore or library for McGuire's Irish Pub Cookbook by Jessie Tirsch, McGuire Martin and Molly Martin. This hardcover book of 256 pages is filled with photos and illustrations along with modern style Irish pub recipes including potato soup and smoked chicken salad. Want to visit McGuire’s? Catch a plan to Florida! This pub is all Irish-American.


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