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I Love Good Food

New Irish Cookery Book: I Love Good Food Product Details Title: I Love Good Food Author:  Irish Heart Foundation



Published:26 Aug 2011

Publisher:Poolbeg Press Ltd

Dimensions:199 x 126mm

Product Description Do you love good food? At the Irish Heart Foundation we certainly do! This cookbook is jam-packed with easy to make, affordable and delicious recipes, all of them in keeping with the Irish Heart Foundation’s goal for a happy heart – to enjoy food that’s rich in taste and heart-healthy. You’ll find delicious heart-healthy dishes for every occasion including recipes from celebrities, chefs and cookery writers like Nicky Byrne, Rosanna Davison, Marty Whelan, Neven Maguire, Catherine Fulvio and Donal Skehan. It’s never been easier to eat well for a happy heart! The Irish Heart Foundation is the national charity dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. It relies on charitable donations for 90 per cent of its funding. Today, in Ireland, more people die from heart and stroke-related illnesses than from cancer, road deaths and suicide combined. Against this background we work to bring hope, relief and a better future to families all over Ireland. We give vital patient support through our Heart and Stroke Helpline and provide high-quality public information for all. We support pioneering medical research, campaign for improved patient care, and promote positive public-health programmes and strategies. We work in hospitals, schools and workplaces to support, educate and train people to save lives. As a charity we are dependent on the generosity of the public to continue our vital good work. You can support our work by making a donation, by giving of your time to volunteer, or by learning the skills needed to save a life through our courses.   About the Author The Irish Heart Foundation is the national charity fighting stroke and heart disease, funded up to 90 per cent by public and corporate donations. Their mission is to lead in improving the cardiovascular health of people living in Ireland so they do not experience disability or die from preventable heart, stroke and other blood vessel diseases. They provide information on heart health to the public and media, support patients in managing heart disease and stroke, and supports research, education and development in the medical profession.