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Posted by on Feb 23, 2010 in Headlines | 5 comments

Send Us Your Recipes!

We’re putting together an Irish Fireside Cookbook. It’ll be filled will all kinds of yummy Irish, Irish-American and Ireland-inspired treats. The book publishes later this year and will be out in time for the Christmas baking and gift-giving season. Yippee!

You are invited to submit your favorite recipes. We’re looking for a range of traditional to modern cuisine including starters (that’s what the Irish call appetizers), main meals, desserts, drinks and snacks.

Your recipe may have strong ties to Ireland or connect to your Irish-American heritage… we’re not trying to create a “traditional” Irish cookbook. Be sure to include a brief description of your recipe, so we can better understand it’s history, your memories or it’s ties to Ireland.

The cookbooks will be sold at www.IrishFireside.com and on www.Amazon.com, and the proceeds from the sales will help keep the Irish Fireside going strong.

We look forward to your submissions. We’re getting hungry just thinking about it. E-mail them to Corey@IrishFireside.com. Deadline is March 31, 2010, but submitting sooner is better.

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5 Comments

  1. Just emailed you a recipe. :) Good luck!

  2. How I love the Irish soup, anything but soup. Hope you could have included in your book the Oxtail Soup, Bloody Marry, and Potato Leek. They were my favorite. In Meat Dishes, I like Pheasant and Kerrygold, Chicken Stroganoff, and Dublin Coddle. Though I’m staying now at mazatlan rental properties in Mexico, Irish food is always a part of our meal.

  3. I would gladly contribute my mother’s gingerbread recipe, but I’m not sure if it’s Irish or just a family recipe. I have no idea where it came from, but my family loves it. I make it for family events a few times a year. My wife laughs at how my siblings completely devour it.

    I don’t know if it came from the Brennans (her family) or the Sweeneys or Horans (my father’s family) or elsewhere. I’ve looked on the Internet and see there are Irish Gingerbread recipes. I’d hate to claim it as Irish without being sure of its origin.

  4. working on my recipe now. YAHOO!! i can’t WAIT for this book!!

  5. Help!!!
    do you think you could have an Irish Potato Salad recipe
    We tried it when on the west coast of Ireland and it was to die for
    but can not find out how to make it
    It is so much nicer than the English Chopped Spud & a dollop of Mayo version

    Karen

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