Broths to Bannocks

Cooking in Scotland 1690 to the Present Day

By Catherine Brown

Illustrator: Martin Knowelden

Format: Paperback

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.

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Gresham Publishing

Gresham is a small, dynamic book publishing company based in Glasgow. Scottish-interest titles are the main focus of their publishing and they endeavour to produce informative and enjoyable books about Scotland, its culture and its history. They publish books and e-books in a wide range of categories, including nostalgia, food and drink, history, humour, children's and reference.

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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.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Gresham Publishing
Publication Date 16 Jul 2010
ISBN 9781849340427
Number of Pages 288

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'In this fascinating and scholarly work Catherine Brown has combined the history of cooking in Scotland with wonderful, often forgotten and mouthwatering recipes'. Daily Mail 'Every catering college in Scotland ought to buy a dozen copies of Broths to Bannocks - a splendid textbook for students, a feast for the reader and one more powerful argument for all of us to value the good things in the Scottish larder.' Derek Cooper in Scotland on Sunday 'An enthralling read and a collection of good traditional recipes. What more could one want?' Stella Roberts in Scottish Homes and Gardens

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