The Scottish Salmon Bible

Claire Macdonald

The award-winning doyenne of Scottish cookery and entertaining, Claire Macdonald, brings us her recipes for that most versatile & healthy fish, salmon. Another in the great series that includes the bestselling Stornoway Black Pudding Bible, here are 40 recipes for a fish that can be eaten at any time of day.
Date Published :
October 2013
Publisher :
Birlinn
Contributor(s) :
Bob Dewar
Language:
English
Illustration :
b/w line drawings throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781780271811
Pages : 112
Dimensions : 6.1 X 4.35 inches
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In stock
$7.95

Overview
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New title in the same series as bestselling The Stornoway Black Pudding Bible, The Italian Sausage Bible and The Macsween Haggis Bible Salmon can be eaten any time, and makes excellent starters, main courses, breakfasts and snacks, and there suggestions for all of these in this book. Due to its high protein content, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, salmon is one of the most nutritious fish available, with many health specialists recommending that it should be eaten three times a week. In this handy and varied collection of recipes, award-winning chef Claire Macdonald demonstrates the enormous versatility of salmon in forty mouth-watering recipes which show you could eat salmon seven days a week and still never tire of it. Hot-smoked salmon, cold-smoked salmon, salmon fillets and Gravalax (salmon cured with sugar, salt and dill) all feature, together with a huge range of imaginative accompaniments, from beetroot, cheese and cream to bananas,tomatoes, garlic and prosciutto.

About The Author
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Claire Macdonald is the author of seventeen best-selling cookery books, including Seasonal Cooking, The Harrods Book of Entertaining, The Claire Macdonald Cookbook and Entertaining Solo. She is an energetic 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 National Farmers' Union in 2011 and the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland. Claire was also awarded an honorary doctorate by Abertay University.

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.

REVIEWS
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She radiates a love of cooking and ... a love of eating

- Homes & Gardens

Claire Macdonald is one of this country's most respected cooks

- Sunday Post

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