The Scottish Berries Bible

Sue Lawrence

The latest in Birlinn's bestselling Food Bible series features the succulent soft fruits for which Scotland is so renowned - raspberries, Tayberries, redcurrants, blackberries - and shows how to get the best out of them.
Date Published :
June 2015
Publisher :
Birlinn
Contributor(s) :
Bob Dewar
Illustration :
b/w line drawings throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781780272665
Pages : 112
Dimensions : 6.1 X 4.35 inches
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In stock
$7.95

Overview
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The latest in Birlinn's bestselling Food Bible series features the succulent soft fruits for which Scotland is so renowned - raspberries, Tayberries, redcurrants, blackberries - and shows how to get the best out of them. So much baking and cookery knowledge is packed into the compact Food Bible format, illustrated with Bob Dewar's delightfully quirky cartoons. Sue combines new and traditional recipes, including Bramble Clafoutis, Strawberry Risotto, Chocolate Raspberry Brownies, Duck with Blackcurrants, Redcurrant and Apple Lattice Pie and Blaeberry Polenta Cake. Sue is a real cook's cook, providing recipes that are easy to cook but reliably produce delicious results. As Nigella Lawson says: 'There couldn't be a book by Sue Lawrence that I wouldn't want to own and, indeed, I'd be horrified to learn that there were any titles I don't own. She writes beautifully, is as much chatty historian as cookery writer and her recipes always interest me and make me ravenous.'

About The Author
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Sue Lawrence won Masterchef in 1991, which launched her career as a food writer and journalist. Over the past 25 years she has written for the Sunday Times, Sainsbury’s Magazine, Woman & Home, Country Living and the BBC Good Food Magazine and has made numerous TV appearances. Her books include the Scottish Kitchen, Eating In and Scottish Baking.

Bob Dewar was born in Edinburgh and was first published nationally when he was sixteen. As well as books for Black and White, Birlinn and Oxford University Press, his work has appeared in The Scottish Field and Holyrood magazine and The Scotch Malt Whisky newsletter. He has had exhibitions in Edinburgh and Italy, and for fifteen years did political and social commentary for The Scotsman. He is married to novelist Isla Dewar and has a son, and a golden retriever.

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