Mcguire’s Irish Pub Cookbook - Jessie Tirsh

Mcguire’s Irish Pub Cookbook

By Jessie Tirsh

  • Release Date: 1998-04-30
  • Genre: Regional & Ethnic


“Irish, southern, or pub fare, all of the recipes in McGuire’s Irish Pub Cookbook will have mouthwatering effects on readers and diners alike.” —The Mount Airy News
For more than thirty-five years, McGuire’s Irish Pub has been serving authentic fare to its customers in Pensacola, Florida. Now, fans of McGuire’s fun-loving food and drinks can try all their best dishes at home. This mouth-watering volume covers McGuire’s signature recipes for everything from bread and brunch to fish and fowl to meat and desserts. Also included in the foreword are thirty-two color photographs of McGuire’s itself to give readers a sense of the quirky pub that is home to such terrific meals.
One evening’s menu might begin with Potato Goat-Cheese Napoleons with Olive Pesto, followed by Mean Gene’s Mulligatawny with freshly baked Barmbrack, a traditional Irish loaf. For the main course, you might choose Stuffed Quail with Pilsner Sauce. But why stop there? No dinner is complete without dessert, and who could resist Apple Brown Betty Cheesecake, paired with a warm mug of Hot Limerick Toddy? For breakfast the next morning, treat yourself to Gingerbread Waffles with Irish Coffee Syrup and Ginger Sugar!
McGuire’s creative appetizers, entrées, and desserts are impossible to resist. Regardless of what is on the menu, enjoy McGuire’s food with a “bain taitneamh as do bheile”—a hearty appetite. Chapters feature such delicacies as breads, party picks, sandwiches, savory pies and tarts, pasta and crepes, and heavenly desserts.
“You might not have bagpipers, a moose head, and dollar bills tacked to your ceiling . . . but McGuire’s Irish Pub Cookbook will help you recreate the restaurant’s magic.” —Pensacola News Journal