Lady Claire Macdonald’s new cookery books

By | Jul 27, 2014

Renowned best-selling author Lady Claire Macdonald of Kinloch Lodge Hotel in the Isle of Skye has recently published two new cookery books: The Scottish Salmon Bible and The Scottish Food Bible, both illustrated by Edinburgh born Bob Dewar.

The two pocket-sized books are exciting additions to every food lover’s library, they are a celebration of Scottish produce and have unique recipes exploring some of Scotland’s most versatile ingredients.

We all know that Salmon has many health benefits but not all of us know how versatile Salmon can be and how best to cook it. The recipes found in The Scottish Salmon Bible  show a number of ways to create special dishes using creative ingredient combinations. Whether you like Salmon warm, cold, smoked, cured, raw or any other way, you will find a few options that will both amaze and delight family and guests.

Scotland attracts so many international visitors and our natural larder is appreciated all over the world. The Scottish Food Bible is a collection of very creative and exciting recipes using many of our best and most well known ingredients. From whisky and Scottish game to oats. The recipes cover starters, mains, desserts as well as side dishes, dressings and treats. This is the perfect item to take home after visiting Scotland or to gift someone who would like to take Scottish cuisine to a new level.

Both books can be found at Kinloch Lodge Hotel and they can be bought online on Birlinn‘s website and Amazon as well.

About Claire:

Claire Macdonald is the author of almost twenty best-selling cookery books, including Seasonal Cooking, The Harrods Book of Entertaining, The Claire Macdonald Cookbook and Entertaining Solo. She is Patron of Scottish Food Fortnight and The Association of Scottish Farmers’ Markets. In recognition of her contribution to Scottish food Claire was presented a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland.

 

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