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A Taste Of Mey: Recipes And Memories Inspired By The Castle Of Mey
- Hardback - Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust
With more than 200 full-colour pages of favourite recipes and personal memories of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from her friends, members of her household, present-day employees of the castle, and patrons and friends of the Castle of Mey.
The Sprouters Handbook
- Paperback - Argyll
Edward Cairney first discovered sprouts during a period of poor health, and since then he has been researching and sharing his enthusiasm for the subject through writing and lectures. With this book, Cairney offers a comprehensive guide to sprouts.
- Hardback - Hachette Scotland
Sue Lawrence returns with an indispensable guide to preparing stunning meals in your own home. From a new year's day breakfast, to a romantic anniversary dinner, from a book club supper to catering for the rugby team at short notice, 'Eating In' will guide you effortlessly through over 100 recipes.
From Nature To Plate
- Paperback - Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Kitchin's unique marriage of seasonal Scottish produce with the classical French technique has universal application. He is committed to fresh seasonal ingredients, cooked simply. This book will showcase the ingredients which are available and at their best each month of the calendar year.
Eat Well With Nell: The Easy Way To Look And Feel Fabulous
- Paperback - Hachette Scotland
'Eat Well' provides you with plenty of recipes and ideas to combat every health niggle you might have - and you don't even have to give up chocolate.
The Scots Kitchen: Its Traditions And Lore With Old-Time Recipes
- Hardback - Birlinn
F. Marian McNeill was a journalist and writer with a deep love and knowledge of Scots language, lore and traditions. This text represents her account of eating and drinking in Scotland through the ages, including a selection of traditional recipes.
The Stornoway Black Pudding Bible
- Paperback - Birlinn
Seamus MacInnes celebrates the Hebrides' greatest contribution to the culinary world in this imformative book. In addition to exploring the history of Stornoway black pudding, he also offers many of his own recipes, ranging from starters to main dishes and side dishes.
The Three Chimneys: Recipes & Reflections From The Isle Of Skye's World Famous Restaurant
- Paperback - Birlinn
Shirley Spear's story of the creation of the renowned Three Chimneys Restaurant provides a fascinating insight into her life as a chef, restaurant owner and working mum throughout the recent period of Scotland's burgeoning restaurant scene.
Practical Cookery Recipes For Hospitality Intermediate 1 And 2
- Paperback - Hodder Gibson
Covering the cookery course requirements of the intermediate one and two hospitality award, this text provides over 90 recipes as well as containing an invaluable chapter on writing a plan of work.
Maw Broon's Kitchen Notebook
- Hardback - Waverley
'Maw Broon's Kitchen Notebook' contains variations of Maw's best recipes from her four cookbooks, with new recipes for shortbread, tablet, soups etc, plus kitchen organising secrets and lots of original funny material from Maw, Scotland's favourite matriarch.