shells cafe cookbook

Iconic Sligo surf café launches its new Good Vibes Cookbook.

Inspired by travel, surfing and a healthy outdoors lifestyle, the Good Vibes Cookbook is the latest publication by the authors of the Surf Café Cookbook and Surf Café Living. Packed with delicious, nutritious recipes using ‘clean’ foods, it beckons you to enjoy vibrant, tasty dishes that are good for you.

Based on the West Coast of Ireland, authors Jane and Myles are behind the successful surfside café, Shells, in Strandhill. Here they have tried and tested all the recipes in the book, to bring you the best locally-produced, easy-to-make food. Having travelled the world in search of surf, foodie delights and diverse cultures, this book brings together a variety of influences from their global travels and their lifestyle at home in Ireland.

shells cafe cookbookYou’ll find the pages stuffed with nourishing, mouth-watering recipes that will enrich your diet and make you feel great. Wake up to energising snacks such as the Super Green ‘Superman’ Smoothie, Buddha Breakfast Bowl, Ricotta Hotcakes and Coconut Butter Coffee. Learn how to create amazing dishes like Asian Slaw, Pea and Trout Salad, Slow Poached Coconut Chicken and Hazelnut Lamb Koftas. Feed your sweet tooth with healthy Elderflower and Raspberry Cake, Deliciously Decadent Doughnuts and Vegan Chocolate Ice-cream.

This will encourage you to spend more time in the kitchen, fuel your body the right way and ensure that you feel the good vibes every time you flick through the pages of gorgeous recipes in this cookbook.

From this book, you will be inspired to live a more fulfilled life packed with great food, outdoor living and a taste of the ocean. Get the good vibes!

shells cookbookAbout the Shells Café Team

Food and the outdoors are Jane and Myles Lamberth’s great passions.

Myles learnt his cookery skills in unique locations around the world: he’s cooked on campfires in Africa while river guiding, been a chef at exclusive chalets in the French Alps, and worked for a top catering company in the US where he cooked for musicians like Annie Lennox, The Gypsy Kings and even Snoop Dogg. Jane, meanwhile, began her career in marketing but her love of travel soon took her away from the city to destinations that offered surf or snow.

They met in 2004, whilst working at the prestigious 5-star Headland Hotel in Cornwall. They spent their summers by the sea and winters in the Alps, before eventually putting down some permanent roots in Strandhill, on the beautiful coast of northwest Ireland, where they opened Shells Café in 2010 and they haven’t looked back since. Ireland’s Atlantic coast is fast becoming one of Europe’s top destinations for surfers with some of the best waves in the world and it’s the perfect place for Jane and Myles to create great food and live the outdoor lifestyle they love. The restaurant quickly gained a loyal following and in April 2014 they won the Best Casual Restaurant Award at the regional final of the Irish Restaurant Awards.

In 2012 Jane and Myles decided to write a book about their experiences, and so The Surf Café Cookbook was born (also published by Orca Publications). It has since been a runaway success. Jane and Myles received glowing reviews and have subsequently made appearances on James Nesbitt’s Ireland (ITV), Ireland AM (TV3) and Nationwide (RTE). Their next book Surf Cafe Living (2014) aimed at home dining with family and friends. Nowadays Jane and Myles have young Arlo in their lives but it hasn’t slowed them down at all and they continue to travel the world being inspired by great food. The result of which is their new book Good Vibes Cookbook out worldwide on 1st July.

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