What We’re Reading: 14 March

March 14, 2011 in What We're Reading

What We’re Reading is a daily round-up of foodie news and foodie links from around the web.

Didn’t manage to get the Saturday papers? You can read the Food & Drink sections of the Irish Times and the Irish Independent online.

There are lots of fantastic Irish recipes on the blogs right now from this month’s Traditional Irish cookalong. If you’re still looking for ideas though, here are 100 ways to cook with Guinness.

Georgina Campbell shares a classic Irish menu for celebrating St Patrick’s Day in her article “Home is where fab food is” in the Irish Independent, including a warm salad of Gubbeen cheese and bacon, roast loin of pork with apple and spinach stuffing, and carrageen moss.

There are lots of different opinions about the best way to cook dried beans – US food writer Michael Ruhlman tries to get to the bottom of it and presents his method at the end.

Some people give up treats for Lent, like chocolate or alcohol, but this American is taking a somewhat counter-intuitive approach and has vowed to only drink beer during this time.

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