Enough Is Plenty - The Year On The Dingle Peninsula

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Enough Is Plenty - The Year On The Dingle Peninsula

Enough Is Plenty - The Year On The Dingle Peninsula By Felicity Hayes-McCoy Enough Is Plenty The Year On The Dingle Peninsula Enough Is Plenty The Year On The Dingle Peninsula views the year from a place where a vibrant st century lifestyle is still marked by Ireland s Celtic past An emigrant to England in the s Felic

  • Title: Enough Is Plenty - The Year On The Dingle Peninsula
  • Author: Felicity Hayes-McCoy
  • ISBN: 9781848892361
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Enough Is Plenty - The Year On The Dingle Peninsula By Felicity Hayes-McCoy Enough Is Plenty The Year On The Dingle Peninsula views the year from a place where a vibrant 21st century lifestyle is still marked by Ireland s Celtic past An emigrant to England in the 1970s, Felicity Hayes McCoy knew she d return to Corca Dhuibhne, Ireland s Dingle peninsula, a place she had fallen in love with at seventeen Now she and her husband have restored a sEnough Is Plenty The Year On The Dingle Peninsula views the year from a place where a vibrant 21st century lifestyle is still marked by Ireland s Celtic past An emigrant to England in the 1970s, Felicity Hayes McCoy knew she d return to Corca Dhuibhne, Ireland s Dingle peninsula, a place she had fallen in love with at seventeen Now she and her husband have restored a stone house there, the focus for this chronicle in response to reader requests for a sequel to her memoir, The House on an Irish Hillside Enough Is Plenty The Year On The Dingle Peninsula celebrates the seasonal rhythms in and around the author s house and garden at the western end of Ireland s Dingle Peninsula It is about ordinary small pleasures, such as the smell of freshly baked soda bread, that can easily go unnoticed, and offers recipes from Felicity s kitchen and information on organic food production and gardening.
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    1. Susan Johnson on said:

      This delightful book is like picking up someone s journal and reading it It chronicles the year in a lovely cabin on the Dingle Peninsula using the Celtic calendar The first month is November which is perfect There are tidbits about daily life, lovely photos, recipes and Celtic history The Irish language and customs are strong in this area so this adds lovely information This just a lovely, sweet read.

    2. Becky on said:

      I ordered this book via and it was delivered yesterday I opened it after our evening meal and even with all the evening tasks, I finished it by midnight To say I devoured it is putting it mildly It s just a lovely book filled with month to month Irish culture and traditions celebrated on the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland where the author and her husband live in an authentic stone cottage She shares the bounty of her garden organic gardening through photos and recipes I will be trying a few, especi [...]

    3. Kevin on said:

      This is a wonderful book The author describes the old Celtic cycle of the year, starting in November Samhain She relates the seasons to the food, planting and activity throughout the year There are recipies for foods I d almost but not entirely forgotten such as Barm Brack, and wonderful photographs of around where she and her husband live on the south westernmost tip of Ireland A lovely gift for anyone interested in Ireland and Celtic traditions and or aspiring to enjoy a less stressful life I [...]

    4. Andy McKee on said:

      I loved this book I could almost imagine myself standing on the hillside or walking along the beaches I really liked the photos and attention to detail, very vivid and delectable The recipes look great and easy to make I would heartily recommend this book to anyone who is interested in personal journeys or just taking a mental break in a beautiful place It will make a wonderful present for birthdays or other special occasions I hope there will be to come from Ms Hayes McCoy

    5. Jacquelyn Core on said:

      I loved this book I bought it when we were in Ireland in the fall I wish she would print her Christmas book which is now only available electronically Great to finally finish reading it during laethanta na riabhaiche e Irish borrowed days.

    6. Jill on said:

      Another excellent love letter to Ireland from a great author I had the privilege of meeting her in Dingle on our recent trip to Ireland and had a great conversation with her about books, writing, and how this book was made Whenever I need a virtual trip back to Ireland, this book is the ticket.

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