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Scottish Heritage Food and Cooking: Explore the Traditional Tastes of the Highlands and Lowlands with 150 Easy-To-Follow Recipes Shown in 700 ... Recipes Shown in 700 Evocative Photographs

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Author: Carol WilsonBrand: Lorenz BooksEdition: New EditionBinding: HardcoverFormat: IllustratedNumber Of Pages: 256Release Date: 30-04-2016Details: Product Description This beautiful book presents a fascinating guide to traditional Scottish cuisine with an authentic collection of 150 best-loved recipes. The introduction includes a guide to the Scottish kitchen, which focuses on local delicacies and...

Author: Carol Wilson

Brand: Lorenz Books

Edition: New Edition

Binding: Hardcover

Format: Illustrated

Number Of Pages: 256

Release Date: 30-04-2016

Details: Product Description This beautiful book presents a fascinating guide to traditional Scottish cuisine with an authentic collection of 150 best-loved recipes. The introduction includes a guide to the Scottish kitchen, which focuses on local delicacies and regional staples. Divided into chapters covering first courses, meat, poultry and game, fish and seafood, vegetables and desserts, the book also has special sections on the Scottish breakfast, breads and bakes, preserves and beverages. Both an evocative tour of a timeless and dramatic country, and an inspiring guide to a unique culinary heritage, this cookbook is a classic reference and recipe resource. Capture the tastes and traditions with over 150 easy-to-follow recipes and 700 gorgeous photographs, including step-by-step instructions and evocative images of Scotland. Classic dishes from the borders, highlands and isles, with traditional dishes that conjure up the essence of Scotland - Cullen Skink, Lamb Stovies, Venison Auld Reekie and Burns' Night Haggis - as well as modern twists on classic recipes and contemporary ideas. A comprehensive guide to local ingredients: make the most of the wild game of the highlands, the fine beef and rich milk from the herds in the lowland pastures, and the salmon, trout and abundant seafood fished from the lochs and seas. A fascinating exploration of Scotland's culinary heritage, including the famous game reserves and fishing streams, the smoke houses, the speciality jam-makers and dairy producers, and the world-renowned whisky distilleries. ...Take the high road and low road - and this book with you. Smell the heather on every page! (Clarissa Hyman) Review Explore 150 easy-to-follow recipes with 700 photographs, in this detailed guide to traditional Scottish ingredients and classic recipes. Author Carol Wilson is an expert on the history and origins of British food, and has contributed to many publications. Co-author Christopher Trotter is a chef who trained at the Savoy and in a prestigious Michelin- starred restaurant in France, and specialises in new and traditional Scottish cuisine. The Scottish Kitchen section itemises the primary ingredients used in Scottish cooking and there is everything from cooking game and fish, to preserves, relishes and sauces and the use of oats in signature dishes. Many recipes substitute whisky for wine and the book has a section devoted to Scottish breakfast, breads and bakes. An evocative tour of a timeless and dramatic country, and an inspiring guide to a unique culinary heritage, this cookbook is a classic reference and recipe resource. This is much more than a cookbook and gives a true flavour of Scotland through words, images and recipes. --Scots News magazine, Feb/March 2018 This book has a lot to offer the avid reader, the adventurous and the traditional cook and will do a lot to promote and encourage a true taste of Scotland. --Highland Life magazine Wilson and Trotter weave together a remarkable tapestry of landscape, people and God-given ingredients alongside joyously unaffected recipes. Scotland has never tasted so good. --Simon Parkes - The Food Programme, BBC Radio 4 About the Author An expert on the history and origins of British food, Carol Wilson has contributed to many publications in the UK, Ireland and the USA, including The Times, The Illustrated London News, Heritage, Food and Wine, and Gastronomica. She has appeared on television promoting British food and discussing the history and usage of traditional British ingredients. Author and contributor of a number of books on cookery and the history of food, she has recently completed A Gypsy Feast - Recipes and Culinary Traditions of the Romany People, and Porters' English Cookery Bible - Ancient & Modern, featuring traditional English recipes and their history. As chef of the 16th-century Myres Castle Highland hotel in Scotland, Christopher Trotter indulges his passion for Scottish produce, foods and cooking. Having trained at

Package Dimensions: 11.3 x 8.9 x 0.9 inches

Languages: English

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