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Download Scottish Traditional Recipes: A Celebration of the Food and Cooking of Scotland: 70 (Check!) Traditional Recipes Shown Step-by-Step in 360 Colour Photographs eBook
ISBN:
1844765407
Author:
Carol Wilson
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Regional & International
Language:
English
Publisher:
Southwater (July 16, 2009)
Pages:
128 pages
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This book is an essential practical introduction to the best of Scottish cuisine, and its fresh, seasonal and flavoursome ingredients.
  • Eng.Men
This is just exactly what I wanted after a trip to Scotland that included some great food experiences. The photographs are very nice and the recipes appear to be easy to follow. I am very pleased.
  • Xmatarryto
There are some good traditional recipes, although not quite all of the ones I would have hoped for. Not as much variety in the recipes as I was expecting.
  • Delari
I was hoping for more practical and useful recipies. While good a lot of these recipies aren't ones I'd try at home.
  • Tekasa
This is a nice compilation of recipes with a bit of history behind Scottish foods at the beginning. Every recipe has a photo, which is a plus too.
  • Gianni_Giant
Christopher Trotter, The Scottish Kitchen (Aurum, 2004)

When one picks up a book with a title as authoritative, as definitive, as The Scottish Kitchen, one rather expects the pages between the covers to be authoritative and definitive, but also traditional. Trotter does, generally, keep to the mandate, though some of these recipes do veer off to the side and into cuisines that arrived on the coattails of immigrants over the years. That aside, the book is lavishly, and wonderfully, illustrated, and Trotter's comments are pointed and lively (too much so, sometimes; one wishes for an editor who'd mentioned that toning down one's use of exclamation points is usually a good thing). And, of course, there is a haggis recipe.

Lovely to look at, and fun to cook with. *** ½
  • Shalizel
A terrific piece of work from the National Trust for Scotland. Blue cloth over hardback boards, 160 pp, color illustrations throughout. Bibliography and Index.

The text is authoritative and enthusiastic. Here's a chef who loves the raw materials that are part of the Scottish heritage.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Soups and Starters
- Dumfries, Galloway, Arran

Fish
- Highlands
- Argyll

Meat
- Fife

Poultry and Game
- Edinburgh

Vegetables and Grains
- Aberdeen, Angus, Perthshire

Desserts and Baking
- The Borders
- Glasgow

Preserves, Sauces, and Drink
  • Virtual
Nice, high-quality book with good photos. I was looking for a haggis recipe, though. Unless you consider "go buy a haggis and do this with it" a recipe, there isn't one. Oh, well. Nice sweetmeats and sauce recipes, though, and the cranachan is great for breakfast!