Recipes and Stories from Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way by Jody Eddy
Through stunning photography, individual stories and delicious recipes, you’ll discover the fascinating characters and mouth-watering food found along the unique setting of Ireland’s magical Wild Atlantic Way.
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Jody Eddy is a Minnesota native who graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education in Manhattan. She has cooked at Jean-Georges and Tabla in New York and Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck in Bray, England. She is the former executive editor of Art Culinaire, organises food conferences in the United States and India and leads culinary tours in Iceland and Cuba.
Her first cookbook was nominated for a James Beard Award and her second won an IACP Judge’s Choice Award. She writes for Saveur, Travel + Leisure, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Food & Wine, Food Arts, Plate and The Local Palate. This is her third cookbook. Sandeep Patwal is a food and travel photographer based in Ireland. He has shot for Saveur, Travel + Leisure, The Wall Street Journal, Food Arts, Plate, Food Republic and Zester Daily, among others. His location along the Wild Atlantic Way in the heart of County Mayo makes him the ideal photographer to comprehensively capture the food, people and places along the route.
For further information, visit www.sandeeppatwal.com.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, one of the most beautiful stretches of landscape in the world, is undergoing a culinary awakening driven by passionate local artisan producers creating top quality food inspired by the rugged landscape that holds them enthralled.
Through stunning photography, individual stories and delicious recipes, you’ll discover the fascinating characters and mouth-watering food found along the unique setting of Ireland’s magical Wild Atlantic Way. Seaweed harvester Prannie Rhatigan’s coastal foraging inspires a recipe for a nutritious seaweed smoothie, Martin Calvey’s famous Achill lamb is the centrepiece in a hearty sweet potato, white bean and lamb stew and Catherine and Marty Nee’s mussels are the key to the perfect seafood chowder.
These and many more recipes and stories intertwine to create an enchanting picture of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
‘This will make any foodie types yearn to take a trip to our west coast for a bite’ Woman’s Way
‘Sometimes it takes an outsider to make us appreciate what we have on this beautiful island of ours… Ideal for those who want to return to their Irish roots.’ Food and Wine Magazine
‘A lovely anthology of stories from our rugged west coast, serving as both a travel companion and a collection of delicious local recipes,’ Easy Food
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