Goodalls have two main aims, firstly to highlight Irish culinary tradition as it exists in 2012. Secondly, all the proceeds (minus unavoidable fees from Paypal) are being given to two very deserving charities: Cork Penny Dinners and Crosscare.
Last Friday I had the chance to have a quick peek at how my recipe will look in the Goodalls Modern Irish Cooking cookbook and just couldn’t wait for the chance to share it with you. Happy dance in order, methinks.
Hazelnut & Raw Cacao Cream
Just a bit on my recipe. It’s made with spelt flour, is sweetened with agave syrup plus it is dairy and egg free as well. This means that it is so definitely suitable for vegans and vegetarians as well as those on with intolerances like myself. On top of all that I’ve also shared these biscuits with lots of friends without any food restrictions and they gobble them up. How cool is that? Bear in mind though that not all the recipes are suitable for these diets as the book itself is a reflection of modern culinary traditions in Ireland today, so a veritable mix of everthing.
Goodalls ‘Modern Irish Cooking’ cookbook oozes Irishness as it’s the brainchild of Goodalls (an Irish company), recipes are from Irish food bloggers (from 44 of us anyhow), edited, layout organisation and printed in Ireland.
So looking for an ideal way to celebrate Irishness this Christmas look no further than this book.
All the food bloggers are invited to a lunch in the Merrion hotel on 18th October, looking forward to that.
Once the book is live for purchase on the Goodalls site I’ll let you know.