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Surf Café Cookbook: Living the Dream: Cooking and Surfing on the West Coast of Ireland (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 2012


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Food and the outdoors are Myles’s great passions. He is head chef at Shells Café and mastermind behind the menu.

Jane did a degree in Business and Marketing before ditching the city life in search of adventure. Like Myles, her twin passions are food and outdoor living.



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Surf on, Cook on 22 octobre 2012
Par lmitch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
'The Surf Café Cook Book' is a cook book, a journal, and a lifestyle guide. It's unpretentious and interesting, dispelling any remaining rumors that Irish food = corned beef and cabbage. Honestly, you'll want to sit down and read it like a novel a few times before you throw an apron on. As an American, I appreciated the tidbits on Irish surfing, accommodation suggestions for visiting the area, crafts, and passages on coastal living, etc. The recipes weave together beautifully with the photos and personal passages. A great book for cooks or beginners.

A shout out to the authors, too many favorite parts to mention. Your Shells Café on Strandhill is on the bucket list. Craic on.

PS. The smoothies on p. 28 sent me straight to the grocery store.
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Beautiful book and tasty food! 11 juillet 2013
Par Lauren Ash - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Not only was the book easy to follow but it also had a really nice personal and homely feel to it. As for the contents it has everything in it, from the best seasonal foods to keeping fuelled for the day. This book really entices you to get cooking and was easy to follow and very artistically put together. Definitely a cookbook i'm going to keep coming back to time and time again!
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Delicious 27 mai 2013
Par Heather M. Hall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is so much more than a cookbook. I love to cook and own a lot of cookbooks and this one has quicly become my favorite..it is definitely on my top ten list. There is a saying you taste first with your eyes..which is why I think including amazing pictures with recipes is so important. This book definitely delivers if the picutres don't pull you in the amazing recipes will. Sprinkled amongst the pictures and recipes are articles ranging from surfing history to ocean life to foraging for food. There is even a page that gives you directions on crocheting. This book is great to own and would also make a great gift.
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This is a really great cookbook! 6 janvier 2013
Par Timothy C. Eidson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
We love this cookbook! Creatively put together, every recipe in this book is easy to make. It even has a section of tips on how to make food taste good. I would recommend this cookbook to all hungry surfers out there. Every time we use this cookbook we like it better and better - a "must have" surfing cookbook & it makes a great gift!
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A good general recipe book with a difference 3 décembre 2012
Par I. Darren - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In short this is a cookbook written by the owner-couple of "Shells Café" in Strandhill on the west coast of Ireland, featuring locally-produced food that could be suitable for an intimate family gathering or just when lounging about with friends. All with a surfing/coastal/Irish mix for good measure.

At first this reviewer was a little sceptical to the concept behind the book but as the pages turned this soon evaporated. The book features a very "busy" design yet it does not feel cluttered and a number of interesting design elements are used, such as making the contents page look like a menu. At first the reader is treated to a mixture of cooking education and a bit of philosophy behind the restaurant. More experienced cooks invariably skip over these pages as they normally just repeat much of a muchness but it might be worth casting an eye through it for a new insight or two.

Then it is straight to the recipes, split up as you would expect into different meal times and meal types. Some of the recipes will have you wondering why a simple item has been included, such as porridge or a cup of chai (tea) but if you read around the recipes you can discover the "whys" a lot clearer and often it is the simpler things in the kitchen that can be easily ruined. Of course, as you would expect from an Irish restaurant, there is a particular Irish influence to matters but this is in no way a "parochial" trendy Irish cookbook.

Some of the recipes, perhaps aided by the wonderful photographs, are likely to inspire you to try things you hadn't considered before and, if you had just heard the name, you might have been put off. Eggs Florentine, for example, is one of this that caught this reviewer's eye as he would never have considered eating a poached egg and creamed spinach concoction before! Each recipe is well-written and continues everything you would need to know (with the exception of the much-complained-about typical prep and cook times) but some of the fonts and colours are a bit unforgiving on tired middle-aged eyes. The overall design does work and it manages to combine quirkiness and individuality together without appearing faux or kitschy. A good balancing act overall.

At the end of the book there is even a list of local (to the restaurant) events, a few places to stay and other places to visit too. Usually this sort of thing makes the book a little less desirable unless you specifically plan to visit, but it is harmless and by including various tourist destinations it might just be the trigger you needed.

So overall a good book that managed to destroy initial negative perceptions and feelings. A good general recipe book with a difference, to be sure, that might be worthy of a second glance or more in a bookshop or a good "take a risk" entry into an online shopping basket.
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