Outlander Kitchen

Outlander Kitchen

The Official Outlander Companion Cookbook

eBook - 2016
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From professional chef, food writer, and die-hard Outlander fan Theresa Carle-Sanders comes the official cookbook inspired by Diana Gabaldon's New York Times bestselling series! Featuring authentic dishes alongside modern interpretations-such as Claire's first lonely bowl of Mrs. Fitz's Porridge at Castle Leoch and Roast Beef for a Wedding Feast after her hasty marriage to valiant Highlander Jamie Fraser-these doable, delicious recipes make for a mouthwatering taste of this unforgettable world.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 2016.
ISBN: 9781101967584
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Additional Contributors: Recorded Books, Inc

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Aug 03, 2017

I definitely want to try these recipes, as my ancestors may have eaten then. Beautiful book.

LoganLib_Kirra Dec 12, 2016

This book is a great companion to the Outlander books with recipes for every sort of place and time in the books.

Nov 30, 2016

I think those who would like to try Scottish food will like this book. For me, there was only a couple of recipes that interested me. Some nice write ups about each one, the history.

Sep 09, 2016

A beautiful, glossy colored cover of tarts cuddled in blue tartan end cloth gets their attention every time especially if they've got a Scottish spouse.
The recipes are heavy on oatmeal, just as you would expect but there's ne'er a mention of haggis in this text.
The very names of the recipes are enough to take you away a few thousand miles and a few hundred years: Mrs. FitGibbon's Overnight Parritch; Geilli's Cullen Skink; Murtagh's Gift to Ellen; Sarah Woolam's Scotch Pies and Atholl Brose for the Bonnie Prince. The names of the recipes themselves could suffice as the ingredients for a delightful parlour game.
The recipe that got my ears perked up though was the one for Upsede Down Plum Cake. You can never have too many plum recipes.

Jul 07, 2016

This book is based on the author's blog which makes the 18th century dishes named in Diana Gabaldon's books accessible to the modern cook. Each recipe starts with excerpt from the appropriate novel and then explains the origin of the dish. The recipe is then adapted to the modern kitchen in both imperial and metric measurements. Although it was interesting to peruse, I don't see myself spending the hours needed to make the dishes or my family enjoying them.


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Nov 30, 2016

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