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Hardcover / ISBN-13: 9780857832825

Price: £19.99

ON SALE: 12th March 2015

Genre: Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

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As Clodagh says, ‘Life happens over a simmering pot in Ireland’. With such a rich culinary history, it’s understandable that internationally recognised dishes such as Colcannon and Soda Bread should form a part of the country’s identity. But there is far more to discover about Irish cooking. Let Clodagh guide you through this tempting collection of 150 recipes, as she takes her favourite dishes and brings them up to date with her own unique twist. Potato Dumplings are reinvigorated with a Spicy Cashel Blue Sauce, whilst the famous Irish Breakfast is given a new lease of life as a Tortilla. With everything from soups and stews to preserves and sophisticated dinner party dishes inspired by those she cooked for the Taoiseach of Ireland, Clodagh’s Irish Kitchen is a mouthwatering adventure around this sumptuous cuisine.


there are dozens of fantastic recipes that all feature Clodagh's magic touch, with beautiful photography on every page.
Great British Food
Irish chef Clodagh McKenna is a cheerleader for everything the country produces. These recipes champion the best from field, farm and sea
In her fifth book, restaurateur and TV cook dubbed Ireland's answer to Martha Stewart delves into her past exploring her culinary roots [...] you'll enjoy recipes for Baileys soda bread ice cream and beef and Guinness pies with chocolate.'
Food & Travel
'If you've never really delved into Irish cooking, Clodagh's Irish Kitchen is a great jumping off point it's incredibly compelling and you'll want to make everything in it!
Glamour Magazine
Clodagh's Irish Kitchen is a beautifully shot, modern and sophisticated look at contemporary Irish cuisine.
The Irish Times
Clodagh has done a fab job of showing our foodie island off to perfection. This is the book to buy for anyone who thinks Irish food is still all about spuds.
Easy Food, Dublin