Colcannon is one of my favorite dishes, and this traditional Irish dish is great to serve on St. Patrick’s Day — or any day! For a lighter version of colcannon — as well as instructions for traditional colcannon, if you prefer that — download Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen, which remains free through the 11th, the cookbook’s one year anniversary.
For some Irish-inspired treats for dessert, try “Irish rocks,” a delicious incarnation of traditional rock cookies (sometimes known as rock cakes or rock biscuits).
You’ll get a lot more than just recipes for colcannon and Irish rocks when you download this cookbook full of vegetarian comfort food — dishes and desserts that even non-vegetarians enjoy. It’s only free for a limited time!
Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen: Vegetarian Comfort Food for Everyone is DRM-free, so you can print out the recipes, or convert them to ePub or other format to read them the way that is most convenient for you.
A Fruitcake You’ll Love
To celebrate the one year anniversary of Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen: Vegetarian Comfort Food for Everyone, the book will be FREE on amazon.com this weekend, Friday, 8 March 2013 — Sunday, 11 March 2013. It will also be free on other Amazon sites according to their policies.
These are a few of the recipes you might enjoy:
Savory Cheese Custard
Fifteen-Bean Winter Stew
Baked Lentil Loaf
Country Lentil Pie
Pasta Carbonara with Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Savory Caraway Scones
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Update: This glitch has been fixed for Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen, and presumably has been fixed or soon will be fixed for the other books that were affected.