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Valerie O'Connor began her career at the Limerick Post. She has enjoyed a varied career in media from a long stint in press photography in Dublin, to food blogging which led to spot as a guest critic on RTE's Masterchef. She teaches classes in self-sufficiency and has made short films on environmental issues and food which can be seen on the urbanfarmer channel on youtube.
beautiful -- wholesomeireland.ie it isn't just a cookbook but a homage to the daily pan -- Sunday Times' Sunday Magazine Val O'Connor's Bread on the Table is a collection of the kind of recipes that you can pull together with little effort and which leave your house smelling like that of the most domestic of domestic goddesses -- bibliocook.com beautifully presented -- Limerick Chronicle a great read with a section on GF goodies too -- Gas Mark Seven slice of heaven -- Irish Independent Weekend Magazine Sometimes I come across a book that really inspires me enough to actually stick to the recipes - and Val O'Connor's Bread on the Table: Baking Traditions for Today is just such a read ... this is not the kind of cookbook that you look at just once - it's something that will remain on your counter and be used over and over. It's beautifully written and the photographs are spectacular. It is definitely one that I will be gifting to people new to bread and baking and would highly recommend as a book that will remain in your kitchen for years (and generations!?) to come! -- www.parent.ie always thought bread would be really hard to make ... Valerie made it easy to understand and with the addition of step by step pictures for the basic white bread recipe, it was easy for myself and my two daughters to follow through our very first white bread recipe ... the house smelled delicious and the white bread was gorgeous ... I love this book, its more than a recipe book - and will be used time and time again -- whatsgoodtodo.com unfortunately bread does not like me, for two reasons. Number one is that if i eat too much wheat i am in a world of pain for several days and number two i am absolutely rubbish at baking bread. However this is all about to change because i have come across a life changing bread recipe from Valerie O'Connor's latest Bread on the Table book. Her Easy Oat Bread could not be simpler and tastes amazing. It is so moist, keeps for up to a week and tastes fab. It is wheat free and if you use gluten free oats then it's gluten free. I urge you to try this and can assure you, you won't be disappointed -- Hungry Baba Working Mama it's actually pretty easy to bake your own bread and Bread on the Table by Valerie O'Connor is the book that will encourage you to roll up your sleeves and turn on the oven ... if you've always been afraid of baking rather than buying, this book will convert you -- babaduck.com I really like this ... even if you have other books on baking, this one merits a place on your kitchen bookshelf for its freshness and the high proportion of recipes that bring something original to the table ... a book that stands out from the crowd -- Georgina Campbell's Ireland-guide.com something for everyone -- RTE's Taste Magazine practical and engaging -- Easy Food Magazine an engaging bread baking guide suitable for even the most nervous home baker ... the perfect bible for those who want to change up their views on bread -- Food and Wine Magazine very attractive book with beautiful photographs -- Books Ireland a comprehensive book with lovely photos which will have you sifting flour through your fingers in no time at all -- Sunday Independent a really lovely book, I expect it will be used for many years to come here -- likemamusedtobake.com you should put it on your Christmas gift list, both for baking enthusiasts and those who haven't a clue how to switch on the oven -- Irish Daily Mail simple and straightforward ... you will never go back to the supermarket sliced pan again -- Irish Independent a book for everyone -- Irish Farmers Monthly