What's Cooking in Scotland by Elizabeth Craig
What's Cooking in Scotland is a 1965 vintage cookbook from culinary legend Elizabeth Craig. This very special cookbook collectible contains a collection of Scottish recipes from one of the most notable British culinary writers.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 151 pages.
Publisher: Rand McNally & Company
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Description: For the man or woman who already knows good Scottish cooking this fascinating collection of traditional and modern Scottish recipes from Elizabeth Craig will be a welcome delight; for the newcomer to Scottish food, every page will be an adventure in good eating.
Inside What's Cooking in Scotland you will find hearty, hunger-satisfying dishes whose very names speak of Scotland. Cock-a-Leakie Soup, Coronets of Sole, Kingdom of Fife Pie, the Laird's Cutlets, Petticoat Tails, Edinburgh Lemon Curd, Hielant Crowdie are only a few. You will find here the authentic recipe for Haggis, for such traditional favorites as Bubble and Squeak, Kedgeree, Powsowdie, Toad in the Hole, and Clootie Dumpling, as well as unusual game and fish dishes, and a multitude of delectable teabreads and scones, preserves and candies, and such beverages as Hot Toddy, Smuggler's Cup, and Border Brose. There are even menus for a Burns' Anniversary Dinner and a St. Andrew's Night Dinner -- two occasions calling for the best in Scottish cooking.
Prepared by a native Scotswoman and a noted British cookery expert, What's Cooking In Scotland? will make an exciting addition to any shelf of cookbooks.
Condition: Good condition. Dust jacket is inside a protective sleeve but has some small tears at corners and top edge. Opening page has an inscription in ink.
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