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MAKE IRISH STEW AS THE IRISH DO - Simple StepsTo Perfect Irish Stew Every Time [Kindle Edition]

Maggie O'Farrell
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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Book Description

"I enjoyed reading this one and I'll be keeping it - I don't buy lamb very often, but if I ever see it on sale, this is the recipe I'll turn to! "  Lucy Ditty

"Don't miss adding this one to your collection! "  Grandma

When you have read this wee book

You will be toasting your friends and family in fluent Irish and regaling them with ancient tales of the Irish stew!

Leprechauns will bestow luck and Irish blessings upon you and yours for generations to come!

Your neighbors will jealously covet your new recipe, and you will be asked to represent your state in the primaries for the next election!

But more importantly:

There will always be a warm Irish welcome for you in Ireland

Irish stew is one of the most famous of our exports. Millions make it every week and it is enjoyed not only in the green Isle but in every corner of the world.

It is a healthy staple, economical, easy to make and can feed a lot of hungry mouths around a table.

But did you know that most people don't make an Irish stew as the Irish do?

Now, in this report you can learn how to do exactly that. It does what is says on the tin.

"If you're looking for an authentic taste of Ireland, buy this book and explore the Irish Stew in all it's glory."  Grace Darby

You will also learn about:

Chapter 1: The Humble Beginnings Of The Irish Stew

Chapter 2: How To Make Your Authentic Traditional Irish Stew
The Carrot Debate
The Meat
About The Tatties

Chapter 3: Ingredients For Your Irish Stew

Chapter 4: Assembling And Cooking Your Ancient Masterpiece
Irish Stew With Guinness
A Word About Peas

Chapter 5: How To Make Your Own Lamb Stock

Chapter 6: Presentation And Serving Suggestions
Choosing A Red Wine
Choosing A White Wine
An Irish Toast
Bonus Irish Mash Colcannon Recipe

Also By Maggie

Irish Soda Bread


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  • Print Length: 21 pages
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  • Language: English
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Authentic Irish Stew February 10, 2012
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One of the reasons I buy ethnic cookbooks is to get a real flavor of not just the food, but the culture. A sense of place. Make Irish Stew as The Irish Do gives me that.

When reading this cookbook I imagine cooking with a big cooking pot overlooking the green green fields.

Maggie O'Farrell doesn't just toss up some recipes. She gives a more in depth explanation of the traditional Irish Stew, along with variations and serving suggestions. I love her description of the "lowly carrot". Even if you are not a cook at all, perhaps a historian or a cultural anthropologist (or all three) this short book will fascinate you.

If you're looking for an authentic taste of Ireland, buy this book and explore the Irish Stew in all it's glory.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Job February 13, 2012
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This book is easy to read and contains some history of the stew and the ingredients.

The author won a place in my heart when she said "you won't be using any thickening ingredients in your stew (forbidden)." It can be more challenging to work without flour or cornstarch to thicken, but I have found it does make a difference when I make the effort.

There is a table of contents (hyperlinked) and some care and thought went into the organization and presentation of this book. The text is clear, the instructions are solid, and I can certainly appreciate the value of a book focused on a single dish that has some real thought and effort behind it. There is a recipe and instructions for making stock, and an additional recipe for Irish Mash, as well.

There are a few typos here and there, but nothing that interferes with comprehension.

I enjoyed reading this one and I'll be keeping it - I don't buy lamb very often, but if I ever see it on sale, this is the recipe I'll turn to!
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5.0 out of 5 stars YUMMY December 1, 2012
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Clear ingredients & steps to make an absolutely yummy meal add some Soda bread & tea ...you have a great meal!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars yummy March 29, 2012
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Haven't cook the stew but it sure sound yummy, and intend to make it soon. My husband would have made it by now
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More About the Author

Hi there, Maggie here thanks for dropping by. So, you would like to know a little bit about me. Great. Well I am Irish! First generation born and bred. I live in a lovely small city (the smallest in Ireland called Kilkenny).

I am a teacher, and I teach Domestic Science (also known as cookery but the subject does cover all things domestic) and I also teach the Irish language. I teach teenagers who have the ability to drive me completely mad while at the same time stimulate me and keep me on my toes.

To keep me sane, I also enjoy writing about Irish culture more specifically, the role of food in Irish culture, past and present.

So, along with recipes you get the history of the dish and much more. It is a wonderful experience to cook a dish, knowing and understanding where it came from and how it evolved over the years. When biting into your food, you can feel more connected to it.

I hope you enjoy my work and learn a little more about us Irish along the way.

Slainte

(pronounced 'slawn che') and it means 'Good Health To You'

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