Eoin Purcell is a writer, publisher, blogger, book lover, and foodie who lives and works in Dublin. An avid baker and cook, he enjoys experimenting and has tested and tasted most of the recipes contained in this volume. He keeps a blog focused on publishing and change at eoinpurcellsblog.com.
Our Irish Grannies' Recipesby Eoin Purcell
Safe-keepers of Ireland's tastiest and most precious culinary traditions. grannies from all across the Emerald Isle have long kept secret the recipes that define Irish cooking. Passed down from generation to generation. traditional foods such as brown bread and potato soup have been served by
Savor the delicious & authentic recipes of traditional Irish cooking
Safe-keepers of Ireland's tastiest and most precious culinary traditions. grannies from all across the Emerald Isle have long kept secret the recipes that define Irish cooking. Passed down from generation to generation. traditional foods such as brown bread and potato soup have been served by grannies in thatch-roofed cottages and local village pubs for years.
Eoin Purcell has compiled the best of his ancestors' recipes in the ultimate collection of authentic Irish cooking. Try your hand at traditional granny recipes such as:
•Ravenscroft Guinness Beef Stew
•A Traditional Dublin Coddle
•Granny's Northern Irish Stuffing
•Old-fashioned Soda Scones
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This "book" is a total rip off. It is less than 40 pages. You cannot tell what is in it from the free sample. It doesn't contain much and I don't see anything I would bother with. Here is an example of on of the so called recipes - Glazed Sausage Rolls. It says you need a batch of pastry and six sausages. Basically you cut the sausages in half and wrap each piece in a square of pastry and bake in a medium oven until done. There are no instructions regarding the pastry, no instruction regarding type of sausage or even temperature of the oven. If this was something I was interested in eating I surely would not need such a lame recipe. I absolutely WOULD NOT recommend this book.