Mcguire's Irish Pub Cookbook

Mcguire's Irish Pub Cookbook

by Jessie Tirsch
     
 

For more than thirty-five years, McGuire's Irish Pub has been serving authentic fare to its customers in Pensacola, Florida. Now, fans of McGuire's fun-loving food and drinks can try all their best dishes at home. This mouth-watering volume covers McGuire's signature recipes for everything from bread and brunch to fish and fowl to meat and desserts. Also included

Overview

For more than thirty-five years, McGuire's Irish Pub has been serving authentic fare to its customers in Pensacola, Florida. Now, fans of McGuire's fun-loving food and drinks can try all their best dishes at home. This mouth-watering volume covers McGuire's signature recipes for everything from bread and brunch to fish and fowl to meat and desserts. Also included in the foreword are 32 color photographs of McGuire's itself to give readers a sense of the quirky pub that is home to such terrific meals.

One evening's menu might begin with Potato Goat-Cheese Napoleons with Olive Pesto, followed by Mean Gene's Mulligatawny with freshly baked Barmbrack, a traditional Irish loaf. For the main course, you might choose Stuffed Quail with Pilsner Sauce. But why stop there? No dinner is complete without dessert, and who could resist Apple Brown Betty Cheesecake, paired with a warm mug of Hot Limerick Toddy? For breakfast the next morning, treat yourself to Gingerbread Waffles with Irish Coffee Syrup and Ginger Sugar!

McGuire's creative appetizers, entr�es, and desserts are impossible to resist. Regardless of what is on the menu, enjoy McGuire's food with a "bain taitneamh as do bheile"-a hearty appetite. Chapters feature such delicacies as breads, party picks, sandwiches, savory pies and tarts, pasta and crepes, and heavenly desserts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565542990
Publisher:
Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/30/1998
Series:
Restaurant Cookbooks Ser.
Pages:
280
Sales rank:
543,418
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

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Meet the Author

A former New York advertising executive, author Jessie Tirsh moved to New Orleans after a visit to Jazz Fest in 1988. Tirsh has combined her love for food and her infatuation with the Crescent City into writing cookbooks. Having worked with renowned chefs Emeril Lagasse and Paul Prudhomme, Tirsch understands the culinary blend of technical proficiency and bold flavors that is characteristic of Southern cuisine.

McGuire and Molly Martin, who opened McGuire's Irish Pub in 1977, invite readers to sample a wee bit of McGuire's famous fare from this, their first cookbook. Despite the massive success of McGuire's Irish Pub, the Martins still play a crucial role in the daily running of the restaurant. With more than thirty-five years of experience, the couple elevates Irish cuisine with ease.

McGuire and Molly Martin, who opened McGuire's Irish Pub in 1977, invite readers to sample a wee bit of McGuire's famous fare from this, their first cookbook. Despite the massive success of McGuire's Irish Pub, the Martins still play a crucial role in the daily running of the restaurant. With more than thirty-five years of experience, the couple elevates Irish cuisine with ease.

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