A book I reviewed just in time for St. Patrick’s Day is Margaret M. Johnson’s Favorite Flavors of Ireland. That invites readers, cooks, and armchair travelers alike on a nostalgic tour of one of Europe’s most beloved destinations. From her first visit in 1984, Margaret Johnson has forged an indelible bond with Ireland and Irish food, and she shares this unique relationship with you in her eleventh cookbook.
You’ll find recipes that have become her favorites along with a few recent discoveries that are sure to please. The book brings home all the classics Shepherd’s Pie, Bacon and Cabbage, Seafood Chowder, Bread and Butter Pudding and provides an insightful look into the seasonal ingredients that shape the country’s cooking. With over 100 recipes and evocative photos that transport you to the Irish countryside, this colorful collection will awaken your senses to the delicious food of this warm and welcoming land and keep those Irish eyes smiling all through the year.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed this book as it shows me recipes from every season which are different than some recipes I have tried and I am always looking for new recipes to add to my meals. The recipes incorporate Kerrygold butter which was also very tasty in recipes and on muffins.
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Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.