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The Wee Scottish Recipe Book

Author : Margaret Mochrie
ISBN : 1511820160
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Discover how to cook 25 delicious, mouth watering Scottish dishes the whole family will love. Soups, Starters, Hearty stews, sweet treats and a whole lot more. Scotland is a nation that is immensely proud of their history and culture and, most importantly their food. With some of the best produce in the world on their doorsteps, the Scots have, over the years, created some of the most interesting and flavoursome food the world has to offer. In this book Margaret Mochrie has compiled 25 of the country's best recipes with simple to follow step-by-step instructions making it easy to cook Scottish dishes at home.Try your hand at Haggis from scratch or homemade Butter Tablet, there is something for everyone in this Wee Book of Scottish Recipes. Some of The Recipes You Will Learn East Coast Cullen Skink Cock-a-Leekie Soup Haggis From Scratch Forfar Bridies Venison and Beer Cobbler Cranachan Much, much more! Pick up your copy today!
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The Wee Scottish Puddings Desserts And Sweet Treats Recipe Book

Author : Margaret Mochrie
ISBN : 1511888830
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Discover how to cook 20 delicious, mouth watering and luscious Scottish sweet goodies. Scotland is a nation that is immensely proud of their history and culture and, most importantly their food. With some of the best produce in the world on their doorsteps, the Scots have, over the years, created some of the most interesting and flavoursome food the world has to offer. Following on from her hugely successful 'The Wee Scottish Recipe Book' Margaret Mochrie has compiled, for her new book, 20 authentic Scottish pudding, dessert and sweet treat recipes. With easy to follow, step by step instructions it easy to cook these dishes at home. There are some old favourites here like Clootie Dumpling, Cranachan and Black Bun. There really is something for everyone in this, The Wee Scottish Puddings, Desserts and Sweet Treats Recipe Book. Some of The Recipes You Will Learn Edinburgh Foggy Pudding Aunt Betty's Ginger Flapjacks Selkirk Black Bun Heather Honey and Whisky Mousse Black Treacle Pudding Cranachan Much, much more! Pick up your copy today!
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A Wee Scottish Cookbook

Author : Cristine Eastin
ISBN : 0999482734
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Feast on twenty recipes inspired by the Highland romance novel Love Inherited. This companion cookbook spans the meals of a Highlander's day from breakfast to a drink by the fire. But more than serving up food, the author folds in tidbits to place dishes in context of the story and the Scottish culture.Beginning with humble porridge, there are soups to warm the tummy, a hearty stew, main dish pies, and chicken drenched in liqueur. Vegetables, bread, oatcakes, delectable desserts, and a centuries old whiskey concoction round out the twenty recipes.In A Wee Scottish Cookbook, ingredients are given in US and UK measurements for cooks on both sides of the pond.
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My Wee Granny S Full Table

Author : Angela Hossack
ISBN : 1092579567
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My family have chopped, sliced, braised, fried, roasted, baked and ate these dishes across five generations. Some of these recipes were written in little notebooks, on the back of cook books, on scraps of paper, and some have been simply handed down through word of mouth from my wee granny, to my granny, to my mammie, to me and my sisters, and to daughters and nieces.They are traditional and authentic Scottish recipes and utterly delicious. They are simple to follow - using simple ingredients and simple cooking and baking methods - and you won't fail to experience a true taste of Scotland.This book incorporates every single recipe and they are served from My Wee Granny's table to yours.Enjoy.
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My Wee Granny S Old Scottish Recipes

Author : Angela Hossack
ISBN : 171814380X
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Simply - recipes for delicious home cooked Scottish food from my wee granny's table to yours.
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My Wee Granny S Soups And Stews

Author : Angela Hossack
ISBN : 1792956932
Genre : Cooking
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Yet again, My Wee Granny delivers the very best of traditional Scottish recipes. These simple and easy to follow recipes are wholly authentic and have been tried and tested over five generations of one Scottish family. Hearty and delicious, wholesome and sumptuous - this collection of recipes for soups and stews will have your mouth watering.
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The Wee Scot Book

Author : Campbell, Aileen
ISBN : 1455613959
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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An illustrated collection of poems and traditional tales about Scotland.
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Simply Scottish

Author : Karon H. Grieve
ISBN : 1909266035
Genre : Cooking, Scottish
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Continental 'meze' comes to Scotland in a new book of tapas style recipes with a Scottish twist for the perfect dinner party nibbles, lunchtime light bites and super snacks! In this new publication, lifestyle author and foodie Karon Grieve transforms many well-known and much loved Scottish ingredients and dishes into super snacks0́4spoon-sized nibbles that are perfectly at home at a dinner party, picnic, in a lunchbox or even on a mid-week teatime table. Small food is gaining in popularity with European tapas and meze style dishes turning up in our supermarkets and in restaurants, and while Scottish cuisine might conjure up thoughts of big, hearty meals or high-end luxury dishes like smoked salmon and oysters, the whole spectrum of our national larder can be amply enjoyed simply by shrinking it down0́4by having a wee taste of everything. Featuring soups, fish and seafood, meat and chicken, vegetarian, sweets and even a few drinks, this recipe collection has something that everyone will enjoy. Classic recipes are reinvented as Balmoral Bites, Scotch Party Pies and Wee Crabbit Cakes, which are detailed alongside Karon's more unusual dishes like Skirlie Sacks, Frozen Drambuie Souffles and Burns Baubles. All the recipes are as simple as possible, quick to make and use ingredients that are easy to find in the shops, so anyone can have a go.
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A Wee Guide To Whisky

Author : Euan Mitchell
ISBN : 1899874151
Genre : Cooking
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Covers the history and development of whisky, from the early days of illicit distilleries to the particulars of whisky-making today. Includes forty-eight distillers which can be visited.
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Scots Dictionary The Perfect Wee Guide To The Scots Language Collins Little Books

Author : Collins Dictionaries
ISBN : 9780008285531
Genre : Reference
File Size : 43.46 MB
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A highly popular and informative guide to the Scots language in an attractive format. Contains words and phrases from both literary and everyday language, this is the perfect wee dictionary of Scots for native and non-native speakers alike.
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Embalmer S Recipe Book

Author : Ann Lingard
ISBN : 9781843963356
Genre : Fiction
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People, flowers, memories: how do we preserve the past? Set in the Lake District, the shifting mosaic of the narrative explores life, love and prejudice through three very different women: Ruth, a taxidermist; Madeleine, a widowed sheep-farmer; and Lisa, a mathematician. As Lisa is drawn into the group it becomes clear that the other women have strange secrets: Ruth's 'blogs' have an increasingly dark undertone - but these stark themes are offset by the warmth and humour of the rural community to which the women are bound. 'A charming, intelligent and engrossing book, with enough dark heart to drag it away from the domain of standard female fiction fare and into much more engaging territory. I found myself drawn in by the delicate prose and fascinating descriptions an engrossing and enjoyable read.' Kat Arney'A powerful and haunting story An exhilarating and compelling read.' Professor Sir John Sulston, Nobel Laureate'An intriguing novel in a haunting setting, rich in texture, humorous and concerned, raising important questions about science and our relation to the natural world, to the individuals we know and to the communities we live in. A lovely book.' Jenny Uglow 'A rich, absorbing, intriguing novel ... All of (the characters) felt like real people, whom I would want to know ... an absorbing, clever writer ...' Oxford Times
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Star Trek Cookbook

Author : Ethan Phillips
ISBN : 9781451686968
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 76.78 MB
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Is there one food that humans, Klingons, Bajorans, and Vulcans would like? If so, what would it taste like? How would you prepare it? Could you find all the ingredients locally? This is the task that faces Neelix, chef for the U.S.S. Voyager™, every time he takes on the challenge of trying to feed its crew of 140 food critics. But over the course of their journey, Neelix's learned a few tricks of the trade. He had to, just as a matter of self-preservation. Ethan Phillips, in the persona of Neelix, and William J. Birnes, the New York Times bestselling coauthor of The Day After Roswell, throw wide the vaults of interstellar haute cuisine, revealing for the first time the secret preparation techniques behind all those exotic dishes and drinks. The favorite foods of characters from every Star Trek series and movie are here, all adapted for easy use in twentieth-century kitchens. The Star Trek Cookbook also features a complete guide for whipping up the all the drinks served at Quark's. Fun, and easy to use, the Star Trek Cookbook is your indispensable guide to the food of the stars!
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Cooking Up World History

Author : Patricia C. Marden
ISBN : 1563081164
Genre : Cooking
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Gathers recipes from Africa, Australia, China, Europe, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Middle East, the Netherlands, South America, and Southeast Asia
Category: Cooking

Big Food For Wee Macs

Author : Fiona Armstrong
ISBN : 1903238196
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 36.14 MB
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Tasty recipes with a Scottish flavour to make with and for children. There are handy hints and tips on how to begin and on what equipment will be needed, and each recipe has step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions, a history of the recipe and a notes section for your own scribblings.
Category: Cooking

The Scottish Baking Bible

Author : Liz Ashworth
ISBN : 1780276346
Genre : Cooking
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Liz Ashworth introduces a whole range of recipes for baking. From bannocks to butteries, seaweed nibbles to shortbread, from indulgent lemon Madeira cake and light-as-a-feather strawberry sandwich cake to wee fancies such as raspberry buns and 'sair heideis', the book features 40 recipes.
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Scottish Miscellany

Author : Jonathan Green
ISBN : 9781616080631
Genre : Business & Economics
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Why is the tartan so important? What is worn under a kilt? How much ofthe story in Braveheart is real? How do you make haggis?
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The New Penguin Book Of Scottish Short Stories

Author : Ian Murray
ISBN : UOM:39015053245067
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 39.99 MB
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Stories by Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Muriel Spark and others deal with daily life in Scotland, adventure in Samoa, family relationships, and modern concerns
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The Scots Word Book

Author : William Graham
ISBN : STANFORD:36105039316786
Genre : Scots language
File Size : 41.46 MB
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Category: Scots language