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    • CommentAuthornut
    • CommentTimeMay 29th 2006
     
    Great Publication, well done to all involved in Greencastle. Where are there copies on sale, anyone know?
    • CommentAuthorMurrough
    • CommentTimeMay 29th 2006 edited
     
    I've seen the finished book. It's very professionally put together; brilliant design on the front cover with a plate of food made up of gaelic games tools of the trade. Well done to all involved and especially to the school children who personally wrote off to all the players asking them to submit their favourite recipes.

    Well done,

    Great work!

    Here is what the cover looks like, Great Job!
    http://i54.photobucket.com/albums/g116/stickymickysdicky/The_GAA_Cookbook.jpg

    If you can, get your hands on a copy of this book!
    • CommentAuthornut
    • CommentTimeMay 29th 2006
     
    Thanks a million, from what I hear Mugsy's Bean Surprise is all I will be able to manage
    • CommentAuthorMurrough
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2006 edited
     
    Watch out for Joe Brolly's suggestion of "Humble Pie"! And his mother a Tyrone woman!!! :o
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    I was in the primary school at the time of the book launch. It was a wonderful occasion, which was organised very well.

    Greencastle is very proud of the children and the teachers for all the good work they have put into the book in recent months. And with the money being raised for The Cormac McAnallen Trust, well it makes it all that more special.

    Well done children.
    • CommentAuthorbmackerry
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2006
     
    Never heard of the book till now.

    Note taken, one for the holliers maybe. :lol:
    • CommentAuthorChristina
    • CommentTimeAug 17th 2006
     
    Hi Guys,

    I heard about this book a few months ago - great idea and the cover looks great. Congrats to all involved.

    Would it be possible to purchase a copy and have it sent to Cork??


    Thanks
    • CommentAuthoruser22
    • CommentTimeSep 7th 2006
     
    Hi Christina, I'm not sure about this, but don't see any reason not to. I know the organiser, so I will contact her directly with your request.
    • CommentAuthorChristina
    • CommentTimeSep 7th 2006
     
    User22

    That would be great - Thanks :wink:

    My boyfriend was asked to submit a receipe - not sure if it made it into the book in the end - but we would still like to support them

    Thanks
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