The Ninth Wave

Love and Food on the Isle of Mull

By Carla Lamont

Format: Hardback

As well as a sumptuous souvenir of Mull, this is a practical working cookbook which will guide both beginners and experienced cooks through Carla's fresh and adventurous cuisine.

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Birlinn Limited

Birlinn publishes mostly non-fiction books, ranging from biography to history, military history and Scottish interest. Their imprints, Polygon Books, Arena Sport Books and John Donald Books, publish a wide variety of genres including culture, literary fiction, poetry and sports.

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Owners of the Ninth Wave Restaurant on the Isle of Mull, Carla and John Lamont, have brought fine dining to one of the most beautiful islands in the Hebrides. Their cooking is based on seasonality - using the wonderful natural larder of fruit,vegetables, game and seafood at the times of year when they are available and at their best. Lobster, crab, hand-dived scallops and fish are often caught only hours before appearing on the dinner-plate. John, a fisherman himself, will not only catch crab and lobster on his own fishing boat, but will act as waiter and wine steward in the restaurant in the evening. Carla tells the story of how she came to set up the restaurant in a remote corner of Scotland and captures the zest and creativity of its menu in detailed and easy-to-follow recipes. This is a book to treasure and to turn to again and again.

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Format Hardback
Imprint Birlinn Limited
Publication Date 10 Nov 2014
ISBN 9781780272443
Number of Pages 192

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Press Reviews

'unusual and compelling ... a sure-fire winner for those in search of inspiration' - Herald; 'The author shares the sensual beauty and bounty of the Hebridean island of Mull in this fine book which is elegantly illustrated by photographer Sam Jones' - Scotland Magazine

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