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    Publisher: Waverley Books

    Broths to Bannocks: Cooking in Scotland 1690 to the Present Day

    £12.99
    Over 200 traditional Scottish recipes - nutty oatcakes, broths and soups, lamb, game, fish, barley, breads and bannocks, crumbly cheeses, porridge - this book contains a wealth of traditional food advice. Ideal for foodies and those looking for traditional recipes that work.
    ISBN: 9781849340427
    AuthorCatherine Brown
    Pub Date16/07/2010
    BindingPaperback
    Pages288
    Availability: In Stock

    Over 200 traditional Scottish recipes - nutty oatcakes, broths and soups, lamb, barley, game, fish, breads and bannocks, crumbly cheeses, porridge - this book contains a wealth of traditional food advice. Ideal for foodies and those looking for traditional recipes that work. Catherine Brown's classic book charts the history of cooking and food in Scotland from the late 17th century to the present day, with over 650 recipes. This is a must-have purchase for anyone interested in the true secrets of Scotland's larder. It is illustrated with Martin Knowelden's beautiful detailed drawings.

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    Over 200 traditional Scottish recipes - nutty oatcakes, broths and soups, lamb, barley, game, fish, breads and bannocks, crumbly cheeses, porridge - this book contains a wealth of traditional food advice. Ideal for foodies and those looking for traditional recipes that work. Catherine Brown's classic book charts the history of cooking and food in Scotland from the late 17th century to the present day, with over 650 recipes. This is a must-have purchase for anyone interested in the true secrets of Scotland's larder. It is illustrated with Martin Knowelden's beautiful detailed drawings.