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A Taste Of Ireland

Author : Theodora Fitzgibbon
ISBN : 0330024582
Genre : Cooking, Irish
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Irish Stew Or A Taste Of Something Spicy And Suitable To The Time

Author : Terence McMahon Hughes
ISBN : NYPL:33433069358632
Genre : Ireland
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A Taste Of Progress

Author : Nelleke Teughels
ISBN : 9781317186434
Genre : History
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World exhibitions have been widely acknowledged as important sources for understanding the development of the modern consumer and urbanized society, yet whilst the function and purpose of architecture at these major events has been well-studied, the place of food has received very little attention. Food played a crucial part in the lived experience of the exhibitions: for visitors, who could acquaint themselves with the latest food innovations, exotic cuisines and ’traditional’ dishes; for officials attending lavish banquets; for the manufacturers who displayed their new culinary products; and for scientists who met to discuss the latest technologies in food hygiene. Food stood as a powerful semiotic device for communicating and maintaining conceptions of identity, history, traditions and progress, of inclusion and exclusion, making it a valuable tool for researching the construction of national or corporate sentiments. Combining recent developments in food studies and the history of major international exhibitions, this volume provides a refreshing alternative view of these international and intercultural spectacles.

A Taste Of Ireland

Author : Biddy White Lennon
ISBN : 0754819256
Genre : Cooking
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This beautiful book provides an authentic taste of the country's cuisine, with a selection of more than 30 of the very best recipes. Ranging from enticing breakfasts, hearty soups and delicate appetizers to substantial main courses and mouthwatering desserts and cakes, the dishes embody the ethos at the heart of Irish cooking - good-quality seasonal ingredients cooked simply and with care.

A Taste Of Broadway

Author : Jennifer Packard
ISBN : 9781442267329
Genre : Cooking
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Beyond being just fuel for the body, food carries symbolic importance used to define individuals, situations, and places, making it an ideal communication tool. In musical theater, food can be used as a shortcut to tell the audience more about a setting, character, or situation. Because everyone relates to eating, food can also be used to evoke empathy, amusement, or shock from the audience. In some cases, food is central to show’s plot. This book looks at popular musical theater shows to examine which foods are used, how they are used, why they are important, and how the food or usage relates to the broader world. Included are recipes for many of the foods that are significant in the shows discussed.

A Taste Of Ireland

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ISBN : OCLC:905580642
Genre : Cooking, Irish
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A Taste Of Ireland

Author : Charlotte Coyle
ISBN : OCLC:992977997
Genre : Cooking, Irish
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Ireland; Its Evils And Their Remedies Being A Refutation Of The Errors Of The Emigration Committee And Others Touching That Country

Author : Michael Thomas Sadler
ISBN : NYPL:33433071385797
Genre : Ireland
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A Taste Of Old Ireland

Author : Andrew Gerald Gravette
ISBN : 1840673931
Genre : Cookery, Irish
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'Slainte!' or 'Cheers!', in Gaelic, is the classic Irish toast. Just as theisitor to Ireland might pop into several local public houses, or traditionalrish bars, and hear a different subject being discussed in each, so, withhis book the reader can dip into its pages and find a fascinating fact onvery page. Apart from the Irish 'craic', or animated activity andonversation found in the country's fascinating bars, there is the addedttraction of delicious regional food and drink, and the opportunity to enjoyhe local music. This book has recreated that mixture of traditional fare andiquid refreshment, with a wealth of Irish knowledge and a background to thesland's rich cultural and culinary heritage. Discover Ireland's culinaryecrets, together with the legends, myths and stories of this Emerald Isle.ith well over 100 local and traditional recipes, familiar and unusualngredients are described in detail together with fascinating anecdotes anduotes. Intriguing stories of Ireland's turbulent heritage and itspectacular landscape are interspersed with biographies of Ireland's famous

The Country Cooking Of Ireland

Author : Colman Andrews
ISBN : 9781452124056
Genre : Cooking
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The acclaimed food and travel writer brings to life the people, countryside, and delicious food of Ireland in this James Beard Award–winning cookbook. Fast emerging as one of the world’s hottest culinary destinations, Ireland is a country of small farms, artisanal bakers, cheese makers, and butteries. Farm-to-table dining has been practiced here for centuries. Meticulously researched and reported by Saveur magazine founder Colman Andrews, this sumptuous cookbook includes 250 recipes and more than 100 photographs of the pubs, the people, and the emerald Irish countryside taken by award-winning photographer Christopher Hirsheimer. Rich with stories of the food and people who make Ireland a wonderful place to eat, and laced with charming snippets of song, folklore, and poetry, The Country Cooking of Ireland ushers in a new understanding of Irish food.

A Compleat History Of Ireland From The Earliest Accounts To The Present Time

Author : John Huddlestone Wynne
ISBN : COLUMBIA:0037124692
Genre : Ireland
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A Taste Of Ireland Com Food Heroes Vol 1

Author : Sean Monaghan
ISBN : 1320027075
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A Taste of-Ireland.com Food Heroes vol 1, is a book highlighting some of the best artisanal food producers on the island of Ireland today, that food photographer Sean Monaghan has encountered since beginning his website http://atasteof-ireland.com in 2011. The book proceeds are going to Twist Soup Kitchens. The Twist outlets have been a total success and are now feeding over 1,000 people every week. Twist survives on the kindness and goodwill of the Irish people. What Twist does is give the more needy members of Irish society a hand up rather than a hand out. Twist Soup Kitchens are now setting up a food delivery service to those in need and in particular the new poor. Oliver Williams of Twist is asking you to look into your heart and help him to help them. Twist are doing their very best to make sure the forgotten members of our society are no longer alone and uncared for. It could be you some day.

A History Of Ireland

Author : Thomas Mooney
ISBN : UIUC:30112118464442
Genre : Ireland
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A Taste For Comfort And Status

Author : Christine Adams
ISBN : 0271019565
Genre : History
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The Lamothes were an ordinary family in eighteenth-century Bordeaux. Well-to-do and well respected by their neighbors, they were local notables whose private and public lives suggest the importance of family, kin, and friendship networks, professional activities and cultural interests, as well as a desire to serve the public good. In this portrait of the Lamothes, Christine Adams explores the development of middle-class identity among urban professionals and reconsiders the role of this social group in the coming French Revolution. The most striking feature of this family history is that it is based on more than three hundred personal letters that circulated among the Lamothes&—parents and seven siblings&—over a period of twenty-five years. Such a collection is rare for this period, and Adams makes the most of it. Her study lends remarkable texture to provincial middle-class life. She weaves these letters into every aspect of the Lamothes' experience&—professional, literary, intellectual, social, and civic. She demonstrates a sustained mobilization of all family skills and resources to maintain the status of the males of the family and preserve (rather than risk) the family's emotional and material stability. While their conservative lifestyle suggests that the Lamothes were not &"revolutionary,&" they were, nonetheless, part of the bourgeoisie. Adams thus taps into a potent debate about middle-class consciousness and identity in the eighteenth century, arguing against those historians who doubt that such a social class existed in France before 1789.

The Poets Of Ireland

Author : David James O'Donoghue
ISBN : UOM:39015031008074
Genre : English poetry
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The Poets Of Ireland

Author : David James O'Donoghue
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Genre : English poetry
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The Communist Party Of Ireland 1921 2011

Author : Matt Treacy
ISBN : 9781291093186
Genre : History
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This book is based on an exhaustive survey of available sources, including the Communist Party of Ireland's own recently released archive. Treacy, who is the author of an authoritative book on the IRA in the 1950s and 1960s, explores the history of Irish Communism for the light of the new evidence and with particular emphasis on the relationship between the Irish Communists and the IRA.

Fodor S Western Ireland

Author : Fodor's
ISBN : 9780307928290
Genre : Travel
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Get inspired and plan your next trip with Fodor’s ebook travel guide to Western Ireland and Dublin. Intelligent Planning: Discover all of the essential, up-to-date details you expect in a Fodor’s guide, including Fodor’s Choice dining and lodging, top experiences and attractions, and detailed planning advice. Easy Navigation for E-Readers: Whether you’re reading this ebook from start to finish or jumping from chapter to chapter as you develop your itinerary, Fodor’s makes it easy to find the information you need with a single touch. In addition to a traditional main table of contents for the ebook, each chapter opens with its own table of contents, making it easy to browse. Full-Color Photos and Maps: It’s hard not to fall in love with Western Ireland as you flip through a vivid full-color photo album. Explore the layout of city centers and popular neighborhoods with easy-to-read full-color maps. Plus, get an overview of Irish geography with the convenient atlas at the end of the ebook. What’s Covered? Get to Know Western Ireland and Dublin: The multiple delights of Cork City make it an excellent base to explore the treasures of County Cork--from Blarney Castle to the breathtaking views over Bantry Bay. Kerry and Limerick Counties are nestled in the southwest of Ireland, with sights that top every tourist’s must-see list. The most brazenly scenic coastal drive in the land, the Ring of Kerry will use up your entire flash card in a jiffy! The Gap of Dunloe lets you walk through the heart of Killarney’s purple mountains and cross the glittering blue lake of Killarney. And don’t forget to have your camera handy for Ireland’s prettiest village, Adare. To the north lies County Clare. Set with postcard-perfect villages like Doolin, the lunar landscape of the Burren, and the towering Cliffs of Moher, County Clare is pure tourist gold. Nearby, Galway City offers a compact historic center with a lively music and pub scene. For a look at traditional Irish culture, take a trip to one of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay. With the most westerly seaboard in Europe, Connemara and County Mayo remain the most Irish part of Ireland. Connemara is an almost uninhabited landscape of misty bogland, studded with deep blue lakes under huge Atlantic skies, and distant purple hills. Outside the main towns—Castlebar and Westport—the rest of County Mayo has long empty roads leading to isolated shorelines and stunning vistas. Most travelers to Ireland will not be able to resist a stop over to Dublin, Ireland’s capital, and one of Europe’s most popular city-break destinations. With magnificent museums including Hugh Lane and the National Museum, Georgian architecture, and of course, hundreds of pubs, the city’s pleasures are uncontainable. Note: This ebook edition includes photographs and maps that will appear on black-and-white devices but are optimized for devices that support full-color images.

Woven Shades Of Green

Author : Tim Wenzell
ISBN : 9781684481392
Genre : Literary Collections
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Woven Shades of Green is an annotated selection of literature by authors who focus on the natural world and the beauty of Ireland. It begins with the Irish monks and their largely anonymous nature poetry, written at a time when Ireland was heavily forested. A section follows devoted to the changing Irish landscape, through both deforestation and famine, including the nature poetry of William Allingham, and James Clarence Mangan, essays from Thomas Gainford and William Thackerary, and novel excerpts from William Carleton and Emily Lawless. The anthology then turns to the nature literature of the Irish Literary Revival, including Yeats and Synge, and an excerpt from George Moore’s novel The Lake. Part four shifts to modern Irish nature poetry, beginning with Patrick Kavanaugh, and continuing with the poetry of Seamus Heaney, Eavan Boland, and others. Finally, the anthology concludes with a section on various Irish naturalist writers, and the unique prose and philosophical nature writing of John Moriarty, followed by a comprehensive list of environmental organizations in Ireland, which seek to preserve the natural beauty of this unique country. Published by Bucknell University Press. Distributed worldwide by Rutgers University Press.

Sketches Of Irish Character

Author : Mrs. S. C. Hall
ISBN : CHI:087918860
Genre : Ireland
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