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White pudding, tablet, butteries, dropped scones haggis, Scotch broth soup and a wee dram of whisky now and again - each and every day I thank my lucky stars that I was born in Scotland! It's such a feast to enjoy such delicious food. If you've nae idea fit I'm on aboot then check oot the many traditional Scottish recipes just like Granny made described throughout my website. I was a lucky loon when growing up in Bonnie Scotland - my Ma and Nana were great cooks. Gathered around this website are some of the tastiest Scottish food recipes they shared with me, and some I've learnt since. I hope you enjoy cooking them and sharing them with your family and friends.
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Ma Broon published a collection of her favourite Scottish recipes and family dishes. Ma Broon, the head of Scotland's favourite family, The Broons of 10 Glebe Street, is famed for her hearty and delicious meals.
Ma Broons CookBookMaw Broon's Cookbook: The Broon's Cookbook - for Every Day and Special Days is described as a cook book for every day and special days. She has collected these over the years and are a firm favourite with her husband Paw, her father in law Grandpaw and children. These include their sons Hen, Joe, Horace and the Twins and their daughters Daphne, Maggie and the Bairn. Ma Broons Cook Book has been endorsed by Scot celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey and some of Scotland's most favourite stars such as Sunday Post columnist Lorraine Kelly, BBC Radio Scotland broadcaster Robbie Shepherd and film actor Ewan McGregor. The Broons writer for the Sunday Post, Tom Morton, loves many of them.
Those found in Ma Broons Cook Book include tattie soup, mince and tatties and stovies
Maw Broon's Cooking with Bairns is the latest addition to the fantastic range of Maw Broons cookbooks. It includes clootie dumpling, cranachan and shortbread. with easy to follow instructions for children. There are also easy to prepare meals to keep the kids entertained such as jeely pieces and pizzas. It also contains comic strips of The Broons family and their jokes as well as teaching the children the basics of Scottish cooking such as the use of equipment and how to prepare ingredients such as fruit and vegetables.
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The newly published Maw Broon's But An' Ben Cook Book is full of modern and traditional Scottish food that Maw Broon likes to cook at The Broons holiday home.
It starts off with general rules for the But an Ben such as when foraging dinna ever eat anything ye dinna recognise!.
Foods for picnics are included in the Maw Broon's But An' Ben Cookbook such as layered loaf, mince sandwiches, scotch egg including a vegetarian scotch egg recipe, coleslaw, steak pasties, potato salad and home made lemonade.
Each page has printed on them handwritten comments from the Broons children. For example the Bairn has written Horace likes newts in his on the egg and cress recipe.
This collection are a bit healthier than the first Maw Broon's Cookbook. It also contains more comic cartoon strips which are themed around life at the But an Ben. So we see the Broons enjoying hill walking, camping, having a family BBQ and bramble picking to name a few activities. As the title suggests it is a Hame Fae Hame.
There are more poems from Horace which includes the epic Great Days Out At the But An' Ben.
Soups include oxtail, tomato, cauliflower and nettle soups.
As the book is based on the great outdoors there is a barbeque section in Maw Broon's But An' Ben Cookbook which includes how to make homemade burgers and sausages. Other BBQ dishes include salmon kebabs, vegetable skewers, onion relish and even a cheeky guide to how to cook a husband part of which reads Many a good husband is spoiled in the cooking. Some women keep them constantly in hot water, whilst others freeze them with conjugal cooking. There is also a recipe for campfire bread and tips on picking wild ingredients and making bramble jelly.
Side dishes with ingredients and step by step cooking or baking instructions in this fun Scottish cook book include apple chutney, beetroot chutney, dandelion tea, ginger beer, orangeade, nettle beer, bramble wine, turnip wine, damson gin, sloe gin and elderflower champagne.
Fish meals include Finnan haddie with rice, macaroni and fish pie and potted herring. Obtaining fish from the But an' Ben area is included which includes trout tickling.
Maw Broon's But An' Ben Cookbook has bits of social history intermingled between pages. For example the old tradition of taking a family tattie howking during school holidays is included as are old fashioned adverts.
Sweets, puddings and desserts include snow balls, plum tart, fruit cake, banana bread, honey cake, Spanish hot chocolate, crescent rolls, morning rolls, cinnamon apples, sultana tarts and oat muffins.
Maw Broon's But An' Ben Cookbook has more heartier meals such as beans and bacon casserole, rabbit casserole with mustard, beef goulash, egg pie, steak pie and more lighter dishes such as vegetable pie, egg and ham pie, vegetable bake, Welsh rarebit and Auld Alliance pudding.
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