McGuire's Irish Pub Cookbook

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Pelican Publishing Company
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8.26 X 9.5 X 1.16 inches | 2.18 pounds

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About the Author

A former New York advertising executive, author Jessie Tirsh moved to New Orleans after a visit to Jazz Fest in 1988. Tirsh has combined her love for food and her infatuation with the Crescent City into writing cookbooks. Having worked with renowned chefs Emeril Lagasse and Paul Prudhomme, Tirsch understands the culinary blend of technical proficiency and bold flavors that is characteristic of Southern cuisine.
Molly Martin has always envisioned herself as a princess. While she doesn't live in a castle or rule over a kingdom, she has made a magical life for herself in Minnesota. Molly enjoys writing on her front porch (which she pretends is a balcony) while sipping tea (okay, it's actually Diet Coke). When she needs extra inspiration, she pulls out her best tiara (which is actually a Minnesota Twins baseball cap) and magic wand (which is a fancy purple pen with a feather on it).
McGuire and Molly Martin, who opened McGuire's Irish Pub in 1977, invite readers to sample a wee bit of McGuire's famous fare from this, their first cookbook. Despite the massive success of McGuire's Irish Pub, the Martins still play a crucial role in the daily running of the restaurant. With more than thirty-five years of experience, the couple elevates Irish cuisine with ease.