The Scottish guide book series has now been joined by an imaginative recipe book to tickle the palette of haggis lovers everywhere.
These handy and informative guide books take the visitor on a far more intimate tour than do most other publications. Packed from cover to cover with things to see and do, each book includes all the main attractions within a given area but also travels "off the beaten track", dipping into folklore and legend and discovering all sorts of delights along the way – fascinating cairns and memorials, quirky roadside features, small and remote craft studios, abandoned villages, ruined castles with murky histories and much, much more.
Each book is divided into sections, arranged in a logical order for touring all or part of an area. An abundance of photographs, along with clear maps illustrating where to find things mentioned in the text, make these books a delight to use.
At the back of each book can be found a page of useful telephone numbers and a list of appropriate Ordnance Survey maps.
Cowal & Bute: The Guide Book (including Helensburgh, Arrochar & Inveraray)
£5.99 each + £1 P & P.
Skye and Lochalsh: The Guide Book
Around Loch Ness: The Guide Book
Fort William & The Road To The Isles: The Guide Book
ISBN: 9 78095621 2 627
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs: The Guide Book
The unique taste and texture of haggis lend themselves to many culinary possibilities and combinations, not simply served "straight" but as a filling, an accompaniment or as seasoning to other ingredients. This imaginative collection of recipes sets out to explore the versatility of haggis, each dish combining it with ingredients which either complement its flavour or are themselves enhanced by the flavour of the haggis.
Haggis: The Recipe Book - 30 ways with haggis
Price £4.70 + £1 p&p