From Library Journal
A nice sidebar to the vast literature devoted to James Joyce. Armstrong, noting that the novels are full of food, has collected traditional Irish recipes and given them titles and epigraphs based on the words of the master, most often from Ulysses I Beg Your Parsnips, Do Ptake Some Ptarmigan, Poached Eyes on Ghost. Recipes seldom partake of these flights of fancy but are straightforward dishes of a kind ordinary Dubliners like Leopold and Molly Bloom would have eaten in 1904. A jeu d'esprit that Joyceans will enjoy. RD
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