The New Irish Table: Recipes from Ireland's Top Chefs

Ten award-winning chefs dismantle the stereotype of Irish cuisine being a boil, a fry, or soda bread. Highlighting fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients from provinces across the Emerald Isle, this beautiful, photo-illustrated collection offers inspirational Irish recipes.

An Irish meal must nourish the soul as well as the body, teasing each of the senses. Home cooks are invited into each featured chef's restaurant and/ or home to experience recipes that utilize fresh fish, lamb, beef, pork, fruits, and vegetables, and of course, Ireland's renowned cheeses.

Celebrating the new Irish food culture, this compilation emphasizes local resources, simple fare, and the highest standards, proving that Ireland is a modern food destination.

Sample recipes from The New Irish Table: Recipes from Ireland's Top Chefs

Buttermilk Posset with Almond Biscuits

Editor's Note Sweeten up your day with this delicious ( Irish) recipe for Buttermilk Posset with Almond Biscuits. Everything about this recipe looks and sounds delicious - a creamy, chilled dessert paired with amazing almond biscuits? Yes, please!

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Cappuccino Cream Chocolate Cake

This might look like a very impressive cake that took ages to make but its really only an assembly job. Mascarpone is a rich, creamy cheese originating from Lodi in the Lombardy region of Italy. It has a sweetened taste and is famously used in a classic Tiramisu, which is the basis of this dessert. However Ive used shop-bought chocolate loaf cakes instead of the traditional sponge fingers.

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Carpaccio of Scallops with Chili, Lemon, and Wood Sorrel

The scallops for this dish need to be spanking fresh so that the sweet, untainted flavor of the fish shines through. You need to season the scallops with a delicate hand, so go carefully, watching where the seasonings land.

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Potato, Prawn, and Lime Soup

Warm up with this delicious Potato, Prawn, and Lime Soup! This combination of flavors is unlike any other and it's sure to be a crowd favorite. If you love seafood, be sure to give this delicious and easy soup recipe a try! The hint of lime packs a punch in this Irish soup recipe, you'll be surprised by how much you actually like it. As this soup serves six, you could make it for your next at-home dinner party with friends. This easy soup recipe can be made even after a long day of work and running errands, too.

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Seared Lamb and Beetroot Salad

County Wicklow is famous for lamb, and of course we are lamb farmers here at Ballyknocken. Not only that, but I'm always so delighted when our beets are in season in our garden. Lamb is at its best for flavor at the same time so its a marriage made in heaven! I love the earthiness of the beets with the seared slices of juicy lamb and the sweetness from the honey coming through.

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