Hurry, item low in stock!
Lady Macdonald lives in an isolated white house set on a sea loch at the foot of a hill in the south of the Isle of Skye. Her home, Kinloch Lodge, is also a small hotel, which she runs with her husband, Godfrey, eighth Lord Macdonald, High Chief of Clan Donald. The Macdonalds have been running the hotel for many years, during which they have built up a reputation for a warm and welcoming atmosphere and excellent, seasonally inspired food.;In this work, Lady Macdonald takes the reader to ten of the best hotels and restaurants in Scotland, shares with the reader 60 of her favourite recipes, and introduces some of the people who are helping to sustain the Scottish culinary tradition and to broaden its range. Among the many firms and individuals supplying hotels such as her own with the freshest and choicest produce, the reader meets whisky distillers, fish smokers, game dealers, cheese makers, and vegetable, fruit, and herb growers, including enterprising newcomers who are producing food organically.;Lady Macdonald's recipes range from pheasant casserole and spiced pork with apricots to fudge crumble and hazlenut meringue, illustrating how Scotland has undergone a gastronomic revolution.

Claire MacDonald's Scotland - Claire MacDonald

9780316878906
£ 2.69
Hurry only 1 in stock!
FREE Delivery on ALL Orders!
Title
Claire MacDonald's Scotland
Author
Claire MacDonald
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Little, Brown
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19960418

Lady Macdonald lives in an isolated white house set on a sea loch at the foot of a hill in the south of the Isle of Skye. Her home, Kinloch Lodge, is also a small hotel, which she runs with her husband, Godfrey, eighth Lord Macdonald, High Chief of Clan Donald. The Macdonalds have been running the hotel for many years, during which they have built up a reputation for a warm and welcoming atmosphere and excellent, seasonally inspired food.;In this work, Lady Macdonald takes the reader to ten of the best hotels and restaurants in Scotland, shares with the reader 60 of her favourite recipes, and introduces some of the people who are helping to sustain the Scottish culinary tradition and to broaden its range. Among the many firms and individuals supplying hotels such as her own with the freshest and choicest produce, the reader meets whisky distillers, fish smokers, game dealers, cheese makers, and vegetable, fruit, and herb growers, including enterprising newcomers who are producing food organically.;Lady Macdonald's recipes range from pheasant casserole and spiced pork with apricots to fudge crumble and hazlenut meringue, illustrating how Scotland has undergone a gastronomic revolution.

We are Rated Excellent on Trustpilot
Here's what you say about us...
Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Scotland - Description and travel.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
160

FREE Delivery on all Orders!