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Scottish Baking by Sue Lawrence
  

Scottish Baking

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A look at traditional Scottish baking and introducing some new contemporary favourites, Sue Lawrence shares her passion for her homeland and for baking. The recipes cover both sweet and savoury, from breads to biscuits, tray bakes to scones, everything you need to whip up a good Scottish spread. This is a book that will reach out to anyone who loves to dabble with flour, sugar, butter - and a griddle!

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To me, Sue Lawrence is one of those great chefs, like Delia Smith, whose recipes are actually perfect for cooking in the home! She has spent years refining her ingredients and methods, and making them easy to follow, so that keen amateurs like you and me can produce classic dishes in our own kitchens. She has brought this approach to her new book, Scottish Baking. Leaf through its beautifully illustrated pages and you’ll find you can hardly wait to roll up your sleeves and tackle some of the delicious bakes that Scotland is famous for – the scones, shortbreads and pancakes – along with new treats that Sue has found for us like Sticky Toffee Apple Cake and Coconut Cherry Chocolate Traybake. Switch the oven on and get ready for a Scottish feast!' - Tom Johnston, Editor at Birlinn

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Synopsis

Scottish Baking by Sue Lawrence

In recent times Britain as a whole can't get enough of programmes like The Great British Bake-off and The Fabulous Baker Boys, but Scotland has always had a wonderful tradition of baking in both sweet and savoury recipes. Leading cookery writer Sue Lawrence has now combined her passions for baking and Scottish cooking into one definitive book. A compendium of 70 easy-to-follow recipes, it brings together the traditional breads, scones and cakes that have shaped Scotland's great baking heritage and new contemporary bakes like Sticky Toffee Apple Cake and Coconut Cherry Chocolate Traybake. Cooks everywhere will want to try these delicious recipes from Scotland.

Reviews

'There couldn't be a book by Sue Lawrence that I wouldn't want to own. She writes beautifully ... and her recipes make me ravenous' - Nigella Lawson


About the Author

Sue Lawrence

Sue Lawrence, the ‘Queen of Baking’, is a food writer and journalist who has written many books on cooking and baking, including The Scottish Kitchen (2002), The Sue Lawrence Book of Baking (2004) and Eating In (2011). She won Masterchef in 1991 and regularly features on STV’s The Hour. In December 2013 she appeared on the Christmas Edition of the Great British Bake Off.

She lives in Edinburgh.

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Publication date

14th July 2016

Author

Sue Lawrence

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Publisher

Birlinn Ltd an imprint of Birlinn General

Format

Paperback
144 pages

Categories

Cookery, Food and Drink
Books of the Month

Cakes, baking, icing & sugarcraft
National & regional cuisine

ISBN

9781780274102

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