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on 27 February 2014
A fantastic book. I don't know why it wasn't thought of years ago. It has such great meal ideas and will be especially useful for those living abroad, first or seventh generation Irish who want to taste a little bit of their mother land.
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on 28 February 2014
Not only is this a recipe book but its packed with useful information of being a true Irishman and also a great history on st paddy day. The images really compliment the book aswell and the recipes are really easy to follow
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on 1 March 2014
What a great book to have to help plan your 3 course meal for St Patrick's Day. Lots of Traditional Irish Recipes. Each recipe is easy to follow. I tried the Medley today and it turned out delicious.
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on 28 February 2015
Take me home Ailesbury Road to the place I belong, Country Kerry, Ballymoney, take me home country road.

Put your previous ideas aside and learn how the Irish really celebrate St Patrick's Day. Although celebrations on March 17, the day St Patrick died, happen all over the world, the very first one was actually in Boston and not in Ireland. Residents of Boston wanted to celebrate their Irish heritage. Nowdays St Patrick's Day is part of a 5 day celebration of parades and fun showcasing Irish music and culture and attracting millions of visitors.

So pop on your Corrs CD or some Westlife and get ready...and by the way, forget corned beef and cabbage, it's bacon and cabbage - cop on!

There is something very down to earth and warming about Irish food and it reminds me of my youth before the fancy days of pastas and pestos. No, I'm not ancient, was just brought up on stews, potatoes, leeks, cottage pie and soda bread. The Colcannon is a new staple for me as is the Fish Pie and the Beef and Guinness Pie is a Friday Night special after a long cold winter work week. Not forgetting the Bailey's Dessert which I could easily eat nightly. Fail safe Irish recipes which are nourishing and filling.

I loved this book and actually writing this has made me feel hungry...I'd better see what's in the fridge.
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on 18 March 2014
As an Irish person who lives in Ireland, this is the first traditional Irish cookbook in a long time which has true irish dish's which irish people eat. Great Book by SJ Breen
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