The English Market, Ireland's most famous food emporium, has been serving the city of Cork since 1788. It has survived revolution, fire, famine, depression and boom, and changing tastes in food and retailing. Yet it remains what it always was: a food market and a bustling social hub of Cork City. This history traces the development of the market from its origins to the present day.
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Donal A" Drisceoi lectures in History at University College Cork and is joint editor of Saothar, the Irish labour history journal. His the author of Censorship in Ireland, 1939-45: Neutrality, Politics and Society (1996), Peadar O'Donnell (2001) and co-author of The Murphy's Story: The History of Lady's Well Brewery, Cork (1997). Diarmuid A" Drisceoil is a former teacher with a background in archaeology and history. He has written widely on early Irish cooking practices and co-wrote The Murphy's Story: The History of Lady's Well Brewery, Cork (1997).Review:
'Fascinating book' Myrtle Allen 'Wonderful offering' Southern Star 'Sumptuous book - totally irresistible' Ireland of the Welcomes 'A must for all lovers of Cork, food or Cork food' Sunday Independent 'Beautiful publication - a great book' Evening Echo
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Book Description Collins Pr, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. paperback. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1848891091
Book Description Collins Pr, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111848891091