Want to WIN a signed Domini Kemp Irish Times Dinner Book?
About the Book
‘What am I going to cook for dinner?’ It’s a question we face every day and now Domini Kemp’s Dinner provides the answer. After pouring over an archive covering six years of her much-loved Irish Times columns, Domini brings you the best ideas for the main meal of the day. With a strong awareness of the importance of eating healthy and nutritious meals, the recipes are quick and hassle free without compromising on flavour. Covering meat, poultry, fish and shellfish, and a wide range of vegetarian recipes, there’s something for every diner and every dinner. So the next time you hear that question, ‘What’s for dinner?’, remember: Dinner has got you covered. Be inspired!
About Domini Kemp
Domini Kemp is the food writer for the Irish Times Saturday Magazine. She has written three cookery books and is co-founder of the itsa food company, encompassing bagel stores, restaurants and cafes.
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