Facebook Fan Giveaway: The Country Cooking of Ireland

by moderndomestic on July 28, 2010

Facebook Fan Giveaway: The Country Cooking of Ireland

Seriously, whomever wins this one has to make a dessert recipe and tell us how it turns out.

Hey peeps – it’s time for another Facebook Fan Giveaway. So, remember that butter taste test that I did a couple weeks ago – where I kind of oohed and ahhed over the Kerrygold Irish butter (even though it’s ultimately way too expensive to use everyday)? Well, Kerrygold contacted me, and offered to give away one copy of the 2010 James Beard Award winning Cookbook, “The Country Cooking of Ireland” by Colman Andrews, to a ModernDomestic Facebook Fan.

You’ll have until midnight Sunday, August 1st to become a fan to be eligible for the giveaway. If all goes well, I’ll be announcing and contacting the winner Monday, August 2nd – although, I’m having my birthday party the day before, so . . . we’ll see how that timing goes.

I have to admit, I don’t really know that much about Irish cooking – besides my various (delicious) attempts at Irish soda bread. Actually, my mother is probably sighing right now, because her entire side of the family is of Irish heritage, and very proud of the fact. But Irish food never really interested me – well, until I started leafing through the table of contents of this book. Like, seriously, I never knew Irish food could look so deliciously appealing. And there’s a whole chapter on breads, another on cakes, and another on puddings and confections that look rather intriguing. In fact, I think I’ll ask whomever wins this one to try one of the dessert or bread recipes and let us know how they turned out!

As always, I’ll select a winner using Random.org to receive the book and will contact them via Facebook for their mailing addresses (note: I can only ship to US addresses). New and existing fans are eligible, but not my family members or employers.

Good luck!

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Bonnie July 29, 2010 at 2:48 pm

This is the “new” Irish foods–not the stuff my relatives cooked. How can you exclude your Irish mother from the contest!

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