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
Save on Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen now. Special for the vernal equinox, 20 March 2012, price drop to only $1.29.
Many recipes for the bread machine, yummy old-fashioned desserts, hearty vegetarian main courses and side dishes. Traditional recipes, old favorites, and original recipes. Check out the table of contents in the “Look Inside” or downloadable sample for the full list of recipes.
The “1/3” and “2/3” symbols have been replaced so that they read correctly in the Kindle apps. (If you have the previous copy, the symbols can be correctly read in all e-ink Kindles and the Kindle Cloud Reader. If you see a square where there should be an amount to measure, in all cases except the Savory Caraway Scones, the square should be a “1/3” symbol. The Savory Caraway Scones call for 2/3 cup of milk or half & half.)
DRM-free so you can convert it to read on other e-readers or to print out a copy for your personal use.
I’ve discovered that the 1/3 symbol is not appearing correctly in at least some Kindle apps (those for i-devices and the Kindle app). I am editing the book to replace the symbol with plain numbers & a slash. The changes will likely go live sometime on Monday or Tuesday. I will post here and make a tweet when they do.
If you are using the cookbook on an iPad, computer, or other non-eInk Kindle device, if you see a plain square where there should be a unit of measure, each of those should be “1/3”, with the exception of the recipe for Basic Sweet Scones, in which the measure should be “2/3 cup milk or half & half.”
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, my cookbook, Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen, will be free for the day. It’s DRM-free, so feel free to convert it to whatever format is most convenient for you to read it on.
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