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Since it was first published in 1985, Catherine Brown's Scottish Cookery has become established as the key modern book on Scotland's national cuisine. It gives recipes and methods for all the traditional dishes-from Haggis to Finnan Haddock, from Cock-a-Leekie to Skirlie, from Atholl Brose to Shortbread, as well as dishes brought into the country by Scotland's many immigrants. This fully-revised new edition of Scottish Cookery takes all these influences into account, celebrating the changes in eating habits and the greater availability and choice of food which have taken place in recent years.

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