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Scotland CookeryIf catering for yourself at Castaway Cottages you will want to use local Fife ingredients.Along with that a good scottish cookbook is essential. Travelling the length and breadth of both Fife and Scotland this author seeks out all the great raw ingredients Scotland has to offer. A Cook's Tour of Scotland contains 120 delicious recipes and is not only a must for anyone visiting the shores of Fife but deserves a place on the cookery shelves of anyone who loves seasonal, healthy, freshly grown, caught or farmed food.

cooking_scotland The Scots Kitchen, first published in 1929, gives a delightful account of eating and drinking in Scotland through the ages with definitive recipes for all the old national dishes. As well as being the most important book on Scottish cookery yet to appear, it is a work to refer to and savour again and again. Its practical value and charm increase as the years go by.


scottish_cookery_bookNick Nairn has been a long-time champion of fresh Scottish produce, but his cooking also takes its influences from all over the world. In New Scottish Cookery, Nick combines the very best fresh Scottish ingredients with a myriad of international flavours, to create a mouth-watering collection of recipes destined to become the Scottish classics of the future.


cheap bookMaw Broon's But An' Ben Cookbook
By Maw Broon

Full of traditional recipes - but all new recipes - such as clootie dumpling, auld alliance pudding, American apple pie, a stick and a poke (rhubarb with a small bag of sugar), bramble jelly, plus recipes using fresh ingredients such as mussels, trout, and whisky marmalade. Maw Brooons But an Ben Cookbook is a must when cooking at the cottage


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