Irish Heirloom Recipes and Food Heritage
Many families whose ancestors settled in Wisconsin after immigrating from Ireland in the 19th Century have passed down traditional recipes. Boxty, Irish stew, and Dublic coddle remain staples, today, on their tables.
But in other cases, old recipes have been lost. Or, first-generation Americans were determined to blend into their new surroundings, and cast off former ways, including traditional food.
So, we have collected some Irish recipe resources for you. Hopefully, they will be of interest to those of Irish descent, and to those of other ethnic backgrounds who seek to prepare a traditional Irish meal.
In Giddyap Tin Lizzie, Will O’Shaughnessy, a descendant of Irish immigrants, holds fast to his ethnic heritage while experiencing the great societal upheavals of early nineteenth-century America. >>BUY NOW<< This award-winning book is available through Amazon, the publisher Little Creek Press, and many local bookstores. You can also download a sample chapter today.
First, is a sampling of traditional Irish cookbooks currently available for purchase, and highly rated, on Amazon.com. Click on the tile of a book to access a link to it on Amazon.com. Many of these books are also available elsewhere, including in public libraries.
Listed next are some links to websites that focus on traditional Irish cooking and Irish food history, with recipes.
We are also seeking your heirloom Irish recipes! If you have a traditional Irish family recipe that you would like to share on Harold Thorpe’s Iowa County Irish page, please submit it via email to email@example.com.
A Taste of Ireland
By Theodora FitzGibbon
Real Irish Food: 150 Classic Recipes from the Old Country
By David Bowers
Traditional Irish Recipes
By John Murphy
Irish Baking Book: Traditional Irish Recipes
By Isabel Ross
The Irish Heritage Cookbook
By Margaret Johnson
The Irish Path: Old Irish Food Recipes
Celtnet Irish Recipes and Cookery
Irish Recipes and Baking
The Society for the Preservation of Irish Soda Bread
Food.com: Irish Heirloom/Historical
History of Irish Food
In Giddyap Tin Lizzie, Will O’Shaughnessy, a descendant of Irish immigrants, holds fast to his ethnic heritage while experiencing the great societal upheavals of early nineteenth-century America. This award-winning book is available through Amazon, the publisher Little Creek Press, and many local bookstores. You can also download a sample chapter today.