Cookbook of the Year, Irish Book Awards 2018 Cookbook of the Year, Listowel Food Fair 2018 Irish Times Best Cookbooks 2018 Top Cookbooks 2018, Sunday Times Best Books of 2018, Sunday Independent Books of the Year 2018, Irish Independent
'The book exudes a love of food ... there are lots of good things to explore inside' Darina Allen, Irish Examiner
In five years selling at farmers' markets and hosting dining events and pop-ups, James Kavanagh and William Murray's food business, Currabinny, has grown a huge fan-base. James and William celebrate traditional ingredients (butter, cream, sea-salt and the best of fresh and local produce), give them a modern twist, and always produce indulgent delicious dishes.
The Currabinny Cookbook includes their favourite recipes. From breakfast ideas (Macroom Oatmeal with Saturn Peaches, Pomegranate & Raw Honey) to sumptuous suppers (Rustic Rye Galette with Leeks, Fennel and Goats Cheese; Slow Roasted Salmon with Blood Orange, Lemon, Fennel & Dill; Ham in Juniper & Apple Juice with Mustard Parsnip Mash and Buttered Cabbage) and sweet treats (Apple, Rosemary & Buttermilk Cake; Fresh Blueberry Pie with Lemon Curd Cream) this book is a one-stop bible of delicious, comforting and irresistible recipes.
'Has set the foodie world on fire ... it's easy to see why. Easy to make but jam-packed with flavour. We're obsessed' WellFest blog
'A handsome collection of recipes using traditional, seasonal ingredients, given a contemporary slant' Irish Times
'A lovely book of recipes' Sunday Times
'The book is a beauty to behold, packed with the best of Irish seasonal products in recipes given a novel and contemporary touch' Irish Examiner
'It's a blast to come across this sweet book of delicious home cooking' Cookbooks of 2018, John & Sally McKenna, McKennas' Guides
'Their enthusiasm and irreverence leaps from the pages just as much as their flair in the kitchen ... the book is beautiful with delicate illustrations and tempting photographs' Sunday Independent
'A delicious fusion of traditional and modern food' Irish Country Magazine
'The pair have a serious love for food ... accessible for cooks of all levels and the images are absolutely gorgeous' Food & Wine Magazine 'They've thought of everything when it comes to the cookbook, beautiful images [and] good food' Image Magazine
'The prettiest Irish cookbook this autumn' Irish Independent
'Brilliant recipes ... really lovely ... I'm definitely going to be making a lot of stuff out of it' Roisin Ingle, Irish Times
'Delicious dishes and gorgeous recipes' Stellar
'A gorgeous contemporary cookbook - full of traditional recipes with a twist' Irish Examiner
'A complete winner!' Her.ie
'The bookshelves are heaving with culinary content but one stood out from the crowd ... The Currabinny Cookbook' Irish Farmers Journal, books of the year
William Murray grew up in Currabinny on Cork Harbour where he cooked from an early age. Having completed a fine arts degree in sculpture he trained as a chef at world famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. William and James live in Dublin.
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