,
 
To receive your discount code please enter your email below






Shop by Price
Free Shipping
featured products
products

  Home > Atrium >

Cornucopia at Home
Cornucopia at Home


 
Our Price:39.00
Authors: Eleanor Heffernan
Publication Year: Hardback 2008
Pages: 476
Size: 250 x 198mm

ISBN: 9780955226144
Qty:

Description
 

The recipient of the first ever Listowel Food Fair Irish Food Book of the Year Award.

Cornucopia at Home contains a selection of the most popular and enduring recipes from the Cornucopia Vegetarian Wholefood Restaurant in Dublin.

The restaurant is a household name amongst vegetarians, health food enthusiasts and foodies in Dublin, as it has been serving fresh, wholesome, home-style fare for over 20 years. The lavishly designed and illustrated book is divided into six sections which are soups, salads, main courses, desserts, breads and seasonal menus. All the recipes are based on regular Cornucopia offerings, simply reduced in a step by step guide to suit domestic purposes.

The book starts by an introduction by Deidre McCafferty which outlines the philosophy that has been her guiding light over the years of running the restaurant. There is a section that introduces the Cornucopia at Home chef to some of the more basic elements of the Cornucopia kitchen both ingredients and utensils.

Each section includes an introduction, followed by tips and explanations, the recipes come next. The book contains delicious and satisfying recipes with consideration for the following dietary requirements: Vegan; Gluten-free; Yeast-free, Dairy-free; Egg-free; Nut allergy and Sugar free. Each chapter contains a variety of recipes suitable for each diet, clearly marked by symbols on each page.

Cornucopia at Home is for people who like vegetarian food, who like wholefood, who like comforting food, who like health food and who like to cook everything from scratch.


Share your knowledge of this product. Be the first to write a review »
 
Copyright ©  Cork University Press. All Rights Reserved.Built with Volusion