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    Publisher: Birlinn

    The Three Chimneys Marmalade Bible

    £4.99
    The latest Birlinn food bible, this time examining the marvelous marmalade!
    ISBN: 9781780274133
    AuthorShirley Spear
    Pub Date21/10/2016
    BindingPaperback
    Pages112
    Availability: In Stock

    Marmalade is an iconic Scottish food, traditionally made every year in January and February when Seville oranges are available. Shirley Spear, whose multi-award-winning Three Chimneys restaurant on the Isle of Skye is a magnet for foodies, has written the ultimate guide to marmalade - not just to making it, but to using it as an ingredient all the year round in a delicious variety of dishes. The recipes here are both sweet and savoury, from Chocolate Marmalade Tart, Marmalade Ice Cream and Apple and Frangipane Tart with Marmalade Glaze, to Marmalade Sauce for Roast Duck, Glaze for Roast Gammon, use of Seville oranges in fish and shellfish dishes and Marmalade Chutney - and not forgetting the Three Chimneys' own legendary Hot Marmalade Pudding. Shirley mixes in fascinating information about how marmalade was invented, the great Scottish marmalade producers like Keiller and Robertsons, and even a link with Mary, Queen of Scots! This book will be the ideal Christmas stocking-filler for anyone interested in cooking, and an irresistible impulse-buy at any time of the year.

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    Marmalade is an iconic Scottish food, traditionally made every year in January and February when Seville oranges are available. Shirley Spear, whose multi-award-winning Three Chimneys restaurant on the Isle of Skye is a magnet for foodies, has written the ultimate guide to marmalade - not just to making it, but to using it as an ingredient all the year round in a delicious variety of dishes. The recipes here are both sweet and savoury, from Chocolate Marmalade Tart, Marmalade Ice Cream and Apple and Frangipane Tart with Marmalade Glaze, to Marmalade Sauce for Roast Duck, Glaze for Roast Gammon, use of Seville oranges in fish and shellfish dishes and Marmalade Chutney - and not forgetting the Three Chimneys' own legendary Hot Marmalade Pudding. Shirley mixes in fascinating information about how marmalade was invented, the great Scottish marmalade producers like Keiller and Robertsons, and even a link with Mary, Queen of Scots! This book will be the ideal Christmas stocking-filler for anyone interested in cooking, and an irresistible impulse-buy at any time of the year.