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Cook

Cook

Traditional Irish Cooking with Modern Twists

Graham Herterich is back with a follow-up to his debut cookbook, with a savoury spin this time.

Cook: Traditional Irish Cooking with Modern Twists is structured around the unique way we eat in Ireland, broken up into the five mealtimes of breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea and supper. There is also a chapter dedicated to pork and bacon, inspired by Graham's childhood growing up over the family butcher shop.

Graham flips the script on favourites like bacon and cabbage to turn it into cabbage and bacon, while Irish stew gets reimagined as a lamb tagine. Beloved Irish classics such as the ‘mammy salad’, a chicken fillet roll and our classic combo of lasagne, coleslaw and chips all feature alongside modern versions updated with the flavours and ingredients available to us now. 

Whether it’s a bowl of coddle or a spice bag, Cook shows that traditional and modern Irish cooking isn’t defined by what it is, but rather by what it does: it nurtures us, warms us and makes us who we are.

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ISBN: 9781739210595
Format: Hardcover, 224 pages
Dimensions: 223mm x 175mm
Publication date: 12 September 2024

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About the author

Graham Herterich is well known for creating tasty dishes with both conventional and unusual flavour combinations, using traditional Irish recipes as inspiration. Having learned to bake with his granny at a young age, he went on to become a classically trained chef who re-established his passion for baking as his career progressed. This ultimately led him to set up The Cupcake Bloke in 2012 and open his first retail store, The Bakery, in Rialto in 2018. A Bosch ambassador and the winner of several Blas na hÉireann Awards and Chef Ireland Awards, Graham is passionate about flavour and quality while bringing an element of fun to his food.

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Photographer credit: Elisha Clarke