My Irish Cookbook (The Shamrock and Peach)

Holding Shamrock and Peach cook book (new addition)So proud to be holding my second addition printing (published in Jan 2017)!

Sticky Toffee Puddings

The Shamrock and Peach is a unique book in many ways. It is a cookbook that explores the best of Scots-Irish cuisine, but it is also the tale of an immigrant’s journey to the American South, following in the footsteps of the many thousands of Scots-Irish settlers who forged the trails of Appalachia years ago. It is a story of the many cultural overlaps that exist between the north of Ireland and the Deep South, celebrating those cultural expressions through the language of really good food. The first half of the book is set in the green fields of Northern Ireland from where we cross the ocean to Georgia to discover some wonderful food experiences that have their roots in the heritage of the emerald isle. Filled with beautiful photographs of both regions, this cookbook will be a fun and interesting resource to browse through and use in your kitchen for years to come.

Interested? if so you can find out more about the book, look inside (sneak peaks!) browse, and buy the book at my dedicated book website, just click here

I hope you will enjoy it!

Judie the Irish Foodie

6 thoughts on “My Irish Cookbook (The Shamrock and Peach)

  1. Hello! I bought your cookbook at the Highlands Festival this weekend at Stone Mountain. I’ve only had a chance to browse through it but the photos are fantastic. I can’t wait to sit down and slowly enjoy (and then cook from) this book!

  2. Judith – I bought a cookbook and met you at the Stone Mountain festival. You were serving some delicious fudge – sort of a blonde fudge (butterscotch maybe?). Anyway, I was looking for the recipe in your cookbook. Is it in the book?

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