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Extreme Greens: Understanding Seaweed
Sally McKenna’s new book, Extreme Greens, reveals the culinary, health and cosmetic wonders of seaweeds, one of our greatest natural resources. With more than 80 exciting recipes, from dilisk togarashi to mussel, coconut and kelp soup to steamed monkfish with furikake and wasabi mash, Extreme Greens is the first book to fully explore the multitude of ways in which seaweeds can form a vital part of our diet, thereby bringing the most health-giving plants in the natural world straight to our tables. Extreme Greens is much more then a cookery book, however, for Sally McKenna also explains how to recognise and forage for your own seaweeds around the coast, how to make gorgeous natural beauty products using seaweeds, and even how to get seaweeds to make the vegetables in your garden tastier and more healthful. Darina Allen, of the Ballymaloe Cookery School, has described Extreme Greens as “a book that needed to be written”, whilst Joanna Blythman, the leading investigative food writer in the U.K., has called it “a really special book”. In her foreword, Dr Susan Steele of the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority describes Extreme Greens as “this superb work.”
Where To Eat and Stay on the Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland's first long-distance touring route. From Donegal to West Cork, the WAW covers more than 2,500 kilometres of Ireland's gorgeous Atlantic coastline. Elemental, enchanting and inspiring, the WAW brings visitors up close to the wilds of Donegal, to the vast monochromatic skyscapes of County Kerry, to the rugged karst of The Burren in County Clare, the soaring heights of Croagh Patrick in County Mayo, the wild hospitality of Galway city, the artisan creativity of West Cork. And, making sure that at every stage and stop on the way you will find the most creative chefs, the best hotels, the cosiest pubs, the best local foods and the most acclaimed destinations is Where to Eat and Stay on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Pizza Defined by Bernadette O'Shea
First published in 1997, PIZZA DEFINED remains a cult title, a brilliant culinary synthesis which unites the splendour of local Irish foods with the exacting discipline of pizza making. Tom Doorley described it as 'This masterful work.... as fresh and as inspiring as it was on the day it first appeared. A book that is, as the title suggests, truly definitive.' 'The bible for pizza making, thankfully still in print. I'm a huge fan' - Marie-Claire Digby, The Irish Times. 'There isn't a better book on pizza cookery.' Darina Allen.
Martin's Fishy Fishy Cookbook
Here are the recipes that have made Martin Shanahan's Fishy Fishy Cafe one of Ireland's most successful and acclaimed restaurants, along with all the dishes Martin has demonstrated in his popular television series. This is the classic book of modern Irish fish cookery, and your guide to great fish cookery in your own kitchen.