From hearty, wholesome recipes for family dinners, to more sophisticated and exotic dishes for entertaining with flair, this book is the perfect source for dining the
Celtic way! In this collection of 170 recipes of the best of Scottish and Irish pub fare and home cooking. In addition to the recipes each chapter begins with entertaining stories, legends and lore about Celtic peoples, their
traditions and customs, and the history of their foods.
Specializing in food and travel, Kay Shaw Nelson is a nationally recognized writer/researcher of a variety of current and historical subjects. The author of 19 cook-books, she is also a newspaper columnist, culinary historian, and contributor to Washington Woman. Kay Shaw Nelson lives in Bethesda, MD.
Publisher: Hippocrene Books, 1999
pb. 272 pp.
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