Maybe it's because my heritage includes Ireland. Maybe it's because my dining experience at Avoca Cafe was so perfect I bought the cookbook hoping to take as much of the experience home with me as possible. Maybe it's because I never touched potato salad until Potato and Mint (p. 37). Whatever the reason, Avoca Cafe Cookbook quickly became my go to cookbook. Avoca Cafe's ability to let ingredients shine and compliment one another continues to inspire whether using the recipe exactly or simply as a jumping off point.
Have you tried a recipe from this cookbook? How did it turn out?
Thoughts About This Book
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