"Outlander - Das offizielle Kochbuch zur Highland-Saga" (German)
Claire Beauchamp Randall's incredible journey from post-war Great Britain into 18th century Scotland is a feast for all senses, and taste is not an exception.From Claires first, lonely bowl of porridge at Castle Leoch to the decadent roast beef after her rushed marriage to highland warrior Jamie Fraser, from gypsy stew and jam tarts to roast chicken and buttermilk biscuits – these delicious dishes will tempt even the most sophisticated palate.
Now, Theresa Carle-Sanders, chef and creator of the website OutlanderKitchen.com, gives you a chance to experience this type of exceptional cuisine at your own table. Introducing more than one hundred recipes, Outlander – Das offizielle Kochbuch zur Highland-Saga tells the incredible history of Claire and Jamie Fraser through the richness of flavours found in the Scottish Highlands and more. Carle-Sanders follows the high standards set by Diana Gabaldon in terms of extensive research and limitless creativity, drawing back on the events and characters from the novels to develop delightful and inventive dishes based on local ingredients and traditional preparation methods. Still, amateur cooks need not worry: these uncomplicated, appealing recipies were modernised to fit today's kitchens.The images and several extras – including recipes for cocktails, pickles, and preserve – make Outlander – Das offizielle Kochbuch zur Highland-Saga a culinary experience, a multi-facetted culinary crash course, and a time-machine all rolled into one. Bon Appetit is passé. Now it's Ith do leòr!, as the Scottish say.
340 pages, 21x20cm, hardcover
Please note: this book is available in German only.
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