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Eater's First Look at Cathal Armstrong's My Irish Table

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Restaurant Eve's Cathal Armstrong has a new cookbook, My Irish Table, and it is here just in time for Saint Patrick's Day. Eater National has a preview of the cookbook. Paula Forbes writes:

"The book is incredibly thorough, and its crowning achievement is a chapter on how to make a full Irish breakfast, from scratch. The chapter includes 10 components: breakfast tomatoes (three options are provided), breakfast sausages (homemade), white and black puddings (also homemade), Irish bacon (home cured), potatoes, eggs, brown bread (made from scratch), orange marmalade (homemade), and raspberry jam (homemade). If you were to attack the whole thing, it would take you a week".

Head on over to Eater National for more analysis and plenty of pretty photos of the cookbook, co-written by The Washington Post's David Hagedorn and published by Ten Speed Press.
· First Look: My Irish Table [-EN-]
· My Irish Table [Amazon]