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250 Irish Food Recipes By Lev Well
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This book contains 250 food and drinks recipes of the traditional Irish cuisine, such as Irish Lamb Stew, Irish Pot-roasted Chicken, St. Patrick day recipes, Colcannon and more. There are... More > step-by-step cooking instructions for all the recipes.< Less
Lucky Irish Recipes By R. D. Dalen
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Irish food is known for the quality and freshness of its ingredients. Most cooking is done without herbs or spices, except for salt and pepper. Foods are usually served without sauce or gravy. The... More > staples of the Irish diet have traditionally been potatoes, grains (especially oats), and dairy products. Potatoes still appear at most Irish meals, with potato scones, similar to biscuits or muffins, a specialty in the North. The Irish have also been accomplished cheese makers for centuries. Ireland Authenticates about fifty types of homemade "farmhouse" cheeses, which are considered delicacies. The Irish appear to have invented corned beef. Irish beers have worldwide renown. Try some of our recipes for famous Irish imbuements.< Less
Why We Don’t Need Money By Edwin Irish
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The reason I decided to write this book is because of the fact that the majority of the seven billion people in the world are struggling to find the money to survive in a world where everything... More > including essentials such as food, shelter, water, electricity, fuel and gas is becoming more and more expensive. Technology is here to help us but it comes at a cost. A cost we are finding many of us in the world do not have and cannot afford. The fact is we rely on this technology and essentials to live. Many countries now urgently require these essentials to survive food and water shortages and technology to stay in touch with the rest of the world. Why do some societies have so much and others do not have enough?< Less
Why We Don't Need Money By Edwin Irish
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The reason I decided to write this book is because of the fact that the majority of the seven billion people in the world are struggling to find the money to survive in a world where everything... More > including essentials such as food, shelter, water, electricity, fuel and gas is becoming more and more expensive. Technology is here to help us but it comes at a cost. A cost we are finding many of us in the world do not have and cannot afford. The fact is we rely on this technology and essentials to live. Many countries now urgently require these essentials to survive food and water shortages and technology to stay in touch with the rest of the world. Why do some societies have so much and others do not have enough?< Less
Scotch-Irish Foodways in America By M.M. Drymon
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In the year 1718,a small group of Scotch-Irish settlers arrived in Casco Bay, Maine, to spend the first of a lifetime of winters in America. The 1718 project is a program that is devoted to... More > celebrating this cultural group and its contributions to American society. Scotch-Irish Foodways in America: Recipes From History is the first of many projects that will be undertaken before the group’s 300th Anniversary in 2018.This book is organized to highlight the traditional foodway of oats, bonny clabber, and the potato and features their love of high quality meats. It also includes the new food choices that became fused with tradition to become the modern American diet. The recipes in this book have been derived from historic sources, historic cookbooks, and carefully treasured recipes obtained from food historians, family members and friends. They have been triple tested whenever practical, using open hearth and woodstove cooking techniques as well as on a modern stove.< Less
Scotch-Irish Foodways in America By M.M. Drymon
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In the year 1718,a small group of Scotch-Irish settlers arrived in Casco Bay, Maine, to spend the first of a lifetime of winters in America. The 1718 project is a program that is devoted to... More > celebrating this cultural group and its contributions to American society. Scotch-Irish Foodways in America: Recipes From History is the first of many projects that will be undertaken before the group’s 300th Anniversary in 2018.This book is organized to highlight the traditional foodway of oats, bonny clabber, and the potato and features their love of high quality meats. It also includes the new food choices that became fused with tradition to become the modern American diet. The recipes in this book have been derived from historic sources, historic cookbooks, and carefully treasured recipes obtained from food historians, family members and friends. They have been triple tested whenever practical, using open hearth and woodstove cooking techniques as well as on a modern stove.< Less
Irish Soda Bread and Strawberry Jam By Susan May
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The second book in a series about basic nutrition for preschool-aged children. Susan May's "Mole and Friends" book series introduces the love of learning about food and cooking through her... More > original character, Mr Mole. Follow Mr. Mole as he spends the day teaching his animal friends basic recipes with simple ingredients. This special book also includes pages that can be colored in by its early readers. Full recipes included in the back!< Less
Irish Soda Bread and Strawberry Jam By Susan May
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Susan May's "Mole and Friends" book series introduces the love of learning about food and cooking through her original character, Mr Mole. Follow Mr. Mole as he spends the day teaching his... More > animal friends basic recipes with simple ingredients. This special book also includes pages that can be colored in by its early readers. Full recipes included in the back! This is the second book in a series about basic nutrition for preschool-aged children.< Less
IRISH RECIPES YOU'LL ENJOY By WORLD COOKS
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Great Irish recipes. Buy this book today and enjoy a great meal tonight. Stews and sauces, lamb, pork and beef dishes. Irish coffees, desserts and more.
IRISH THURSDAYS: More little parables from Ireland By Sally I. Kennedy
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States one reviewer, “Sally Kennedy's “Irish Thursdays” is not only strongly inspirational, but also beautifully written. Her descriptions give the reader a strong sense of place,... More > almost as if we were there with her. She writes her devotionals, not for theologians and doctors of divinity, but rather so that every person who reads them can benefit spiritually, get insight into his own life and grow closer to his God.” -(Robin G. Mahfood, President/CEO of Food For The Poor, Inc.) Sally Ireland Kennedy is the author of  52 Little Parables from Ireland, Words from the Heart, and Kwackie the Wonder Duck.She a regular contributing writer to Daily Wisdom, as well as several E-zines and devotional sites, including Friends Reflections, Food for Thought, Sermon Illustrator, and Just A Minute. Sally is an ordained minister, conference speaker, and the creator/songwriter for Poppy the Penguin®,  a preschool music video series.< Less