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Comfort & Spice: Now in the Catalogue & Coming Soon!

Oh, now this is exciting! Quadrille have published their latest catalogue, and my book – Comfort & Spice – is in there. Here’s the blurb.

New Voices in Food: Comfort & Spice by Niamh Shields £ 14.99, paperback

Full-flavoured, generous and easy to reproduce recipes have won Niamh Shields a huge following for her blog, Eat Like A Girl, as well as critical acclaim (The Times included the blog in its top ten food blogs from around the world).

Now, for the first time, her adventurous though frugal food and warm, bright writing style is collected in a book. Niamh’s gastronomic curiosity has gathered together the cookery of her native Ireland, in such dishes as the Cork speciality Spiced Christmas Beef, as well as exotically greedy but delicious Asian Chicken Skin Skewers, and an elegant Raspberry and Rose Tart, in dishes that embrace both the passing of the seasons, the foods of the world, and the special occasions of a modern life.

Comfort and Spice is a book both to read in bed and to splatter with sauce next to the stove, whether you’re a nervous novice – a group of potential cooks very close to Niamh’s heart – or simply someone who wants to make their food sing.

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I like food. I like to make food. Eat food. Photograph food. Write about food. Mainly in London but when I am lucky or organised further afield.

15 Comments

  1. Róisín Ní Mhórdha says

    Congratulations Niamh!

    Can’t wait to have my own copy. And more for friends who I know would love it.

  2. So excited for you Niamh, really can’t wait to see the book in all its glory :) Here’s to September’s launch! x

  3. Arthur says

    A cracking summary of the book. Here’s to a comfortable and spicy debut!!!

  4. Dee says

    I reckon this will be a bestseller the minute it hits the shelves. Huge kudos to you already Niamh. Looking forward to Sept.

  5. If you like it spicy, then go buy it, this will be fantastic, I for one can’t wait to get it… nom, nom, nom

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