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Irish Potato Cookbook - Traditional Irish Recipes - cover

Irish Potato Cookbook - Traditional Irish Recipes

Eveleen Coyle

Publisher: Gill Books

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Summary

For everyone who loves a spud, The Irish Potato Cookbook will help you create exciting meals that all the family will enjoy.
The most versatile and adaptable of all vegetables, the potato is indelibly associated with Ireland. In this handy book, you will find a collection of delicious recipes including old favourites like colcannon, boxty and Dublin coddle, as well as exciting new suggestions such as Parmesan potato cakes, roast potatoes with garlic and rosemary, and even a delicious potato pizza.
Available since: 03/29/2001.
Print length: 120 pages.

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