Feb 28, 2015

St David's Day 2015 - What's New On AmeriCymru?

The Timeless Cavern

Chosen for Choson

Jacks High

Lamb Argenteuil

We noticed that it has been a year or two since we last offered a St David's Day recipe suggestion on the site. One day we will get around to a vegetarian menu in honour of the man himself. This year however, mindful of the fact that Wales will be playing France in Paris the day before March 1st, we are posting a French recipe which utilises traditional Welsh ingredients. The finished product is pictured above and you will find a full list of ingredients and instructions below. -


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St David's Day Ecards on the AmeriCymru Bookstore

Welsh ­American History Breakthrough
"It is a story of conflict and conciliation, of antagonism and integration, of greed and generosity.”
This is how Cerys Matthews begins her voice ­over of the first video in The Dragon and the Eagle / Y Ddraig a’r Eryr, an enhanced eBook on Wales and America. Published digitally by Cardiff­ based Thud Media, the English language version was launched on August 30 at the North American Festival of Wales in Minneapolis by its author/producer Colin Thomas. Read more here


Feb 22, 2015

Dylan Thomas 2015 - An Interview With Lance Burns

AmeriCymru spoke to Lance Thomas Burns about the upcoming event 'Dylan Thomas 2015' at The Hill House Retreat, Llanstephan

Feb 15, 2015

William Hazell's Gleaming Vision


In his lifetime, William Hazell was a leading figure in the co-operative movement of South Wales, but since his death in 1964 he has been all but forgotten. In this book, Alun Burge has unearthed an authentic, but previously unknown, working-class voice of the South Wales valleys. This book charts the journeys of Hazell and the Ynysybwl co-operative movement through strikes, lockouts, personal tragedy, political turmoil, and two world wars. It is a unique and absorbing account of life in a South Wales village which also sheds a much-needed light on the forgotten history of the co-operative movement in Britain.

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