Do you love the deep, bold flavor of Guinness, Ireland's favorite stout?
Have you ever tried to cook with Guinness to experience new and amazing tastes and textures?
Would you like to learn how to become an expert Irish Guinness cook?
If you answered yes to any, or all of these questions, then there's a new cookbook coming soon, which is perfect for you.
The Official Guinness Cookbook
Guinness will soon release a new Irish cookbook featuring their famous stout as the key ingredient in over 70 recipes.
Caroline Hennessy, a journalist, broadcaster, and writer with expertise in food, drink, and travel has compiled her favorite recipes using Guinness.
This is the first full-length official cookbook celebrating the beloved and distinctive beers from the Guinness brand. The recipes also feature several new beers from the Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore, Maryland.
You'll find delicious dishes for every occasion, from hearty soups and stews to show stopping desserts.
The pages are a feast for the eyes, with plenty of photos, facts, and stories from the legendary Dublin brewery, as well as the recent history of the Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore, Maryland.
Recipes are beautifully photographed and the pages are filled with inspiring full-color images to help ensure success in the kitchen.
If you know any Guinness lovers then this will be an ideal gift. It should also appeal to curious cooks, and anyone fascinated by Irish culture and cooking.
Cooking With Guinness - Ireland's Favorite Brew
Guinness is one of the world’s most iconic and beloved brewers. This Irish stout is famous for bringing people together for good times over a couple of pints. Here's what the good folks at Gunness have to say about their famous pint, and this much anticipated new cookbook...
"Unique in its velvety finish and bold, rich flavor perfectly balanced between bitter and sweet, Guinness Draught Stout and the brewery’s other beers have long been used by home cooks as either the secret ingredient or the perfectly paired beverage to a variety of dishes and drinks.
Now this reputation for excellence in cooking is going from under the radar to official with The Official Guinness Cookbook [Insight Editions; October 26]
From savory braised short ribs to traditional Guinness soda bread to decadent cheesecake brownies, this comprehensive book includes over seventy recipes for dishes that feature or pair with the stouts, ales, and lagers of the Guinness breweries, including several recipes from the Dublin Guinness Storehouse and the Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore, Maryland.
The beers featured in the book include the classic Guinness Draught, crisp Extra Stout, bittersweet Foreign Extra Stout, citrusy Baltimore Blonde, and more.
A true celebration of a class of beers that have won fans and enthusiasts across the world, The Official Guinness Cookbook also includes short excerpts and images from the brewery’s storied history.
Featuring stunning food photography, The Official Guinness Cookbook is the perfect gift for Guinness lovers, foodies, home cooks, and anyone who longs to bring the taste and comfort of their favorite Irish pub home."
Caroline Hennessy - Cookbook Author and Blogger
Caroline Hennessy is a journalist, broadcaster, and writer focusing on food, drink, and travel.
A graduate of the Ballymaloe Cookery School, she is the coauthor of Sláinte: The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer and Cider (New Island) and Chair of the Irish Food Writers' Guild.
You can find out more about her on her very own food blog.
How To Pre-Order The Official Guinness Cookbook
This lovely cookbook will be published on October 26, 2021.
Good news! In the meantime it's available for preorders on Amazon.
What a perfect gift for Christmas, and it will be available in perfect time for holiday shopping.
Thanks for checking out this new cookbook. In October we'll take another look at these lovely recipes, and even host a giveaway for one lucky reader to win a copy of this beautiful cookbook.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
A big thank you to Caroline and the good folks at Guinness for sharing this upcoming new cookbook with us today. The images from this cookbook are shared with their permission.