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  • The Whisky Kitchen - 100 Ways with Whisky and Food - The Celtic House
    Whisky Kitchen 100 Ways with Whisky and Food is a gloriously illustrated book by award winning chefs showing how the addition of whisky can enhance a wide variety of dishes from Woodland Mushroom Soup through Highland Pheasant Casserole to Ginger Plum Puddings There are many helpful tips and suggestions as well as whisky tasting notes and a guide to matching food with specific whiskies Colour photos throughout In stock Buy Now SKU CH WB TWK Categories Book Shop Cooking Books Tags The Whisky Kitchen Whisky and Food Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description The Whisky Kitchen 100 Ways with Whisky and Food is a gloriously illustrated book by award winning chefs showing how the addition of whisky can enhance a wide variety of dishes from Woodland Mushroom Soup through Highland Pheasant Casserole to Ginger Plum Puddings There are many helpful tips and suggestions as well as whisky tasting notes and a guide to matching food with specific whiskies Colour photos throughout Additional Information Weight 1 1 kg Dimensions 26 5 x 21 x 1 5 cm Author Sheila McConachie Graham Harvey ISBN 978 0955414572 Publisher GW Publishing 9 Dec 2008 Language English Hardback 228 pages Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Last of the Free A History of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 8 99 Buy Now Show Details A Unique and Precious Culture The Changing Face of South Uist and Eriskay 20 00 Buy Now Show Details Bramble Coulton Their Sky Dragon Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details A World Apart The Story of Hebridean Shipping 16 00 Buy Now Show Details Tweets RT batelauk HappyValentinesDay all We hope you have a lovely day Batela https t co OueRlenIcg https t co dOArU5LK5R 1 day ago retweeted via batelauk RT Lauratobin1 HappyValentinesDay Have a

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    Fire in the Head 11 00 Buy Now Show Details Writers on Islands 9 99 Buy Now Show Details Para Handy 9 99 Buy Now Show Details The Fantastical Feats of Finn MacCoul 12 99 Buy Now Show Details Spirit of Jura 10 00 Buy Now Show Details Product Categories Apparel Book Shop Art Photography Books Children s Books Cooking Books Fiction Books Gaelic Language Books Geology Books History Books Poetry Books Reference books Stationary Books Travel Books Walking Books Whisky Books Wildlife Books Digital Media Islay Gifts Search Products Search for Popular Islay Edition Monopoly 32 50 Islay Type Map T Shirt 15 00 Scallop Quaich 30 00 Islay Type map Tea towel 8 00 Seascape Tea Cup and Saucer 30 00 Filter by price Filter Price Product Tags Argyll Art Books Celtic Baby Names Children s books Colonsay Cooking Books DVD Fiction Books Gaelic Geology Glass Health Fitness Books Hebridean Islands Hebridean Shipping Hebrides Highland Stoneware history History Books Inner Hebrides Islay Islay and Jura Islay books Islay distillery Islay History Islay Whisky Islay Wildlife Islay Woolen Mill Jura lighthouse Lord of the Isles Mug Photography Poetry Ralph Steadman Reference books Sailing Books Scottish Books Scottish Writing Social

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    Show Details Para Handy 9 99 Buy Now Show Details Spirit of Jura 10 00 Buy Now Show Details The Fantastical Feats of Finn MacCoul 12 99 Buy Now Show Details Writers on Islands 9 99 Buy Now Show Details Product Categories Apparel Book Shop Art Photography Books Children s Books Cooking Books Fiction Books Gaelic Language Books Geology Books History Books Poetry Books Reference books Stationary Books Travel Books Walking Books Whisky Books Wildlife Books Digital Media Islay Gifts Search Products Search for Popular Islay Edition Monopoly 32 50 Islay Type Map T Shirt 15 00 Scallop Quaich 30 00 Islay Type map Tea towel 8 00 Seascape Tea Cup and Saucer 30 00 Filter by price Filter Price Product Tags Argyll Art Books Celtic Baby Names Children s books Colonsay Cooking Books DVD Fiction Books Gaelic Geology Glass Health Fitness Books Hebridean Islands Hebridean Shipping Hebrides Highland Stoneware history History Books Inner Hebrides Islay Islay and Jura Islay books Islay distillery Islay History Islay Whisky Islay Wildlife Islay Woolen Mill Jura lighthouse Lord of the Isles Mug Photography Poetry Ralph Steadman Reference books Sailing Books Scottish Books Scottish Writing Social History St Kilda Travel books Walking Books West

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    Show Details Para Handy 9 99 Buy Now Show Details Spirit of Jura 10 00 Buy Now Show Details The Fantastical Feats of Finn MacCoul 12 99 Buy Now Show Details Writers on Islands 9 99 Buy Now Show Details Product Categories Apparel Book Shop Art Photography Books Children s Books Cooking Books Fiction Books Gaelic Language Books Geology Books History Books Poetry Books Reference books Stationary Books Travel Books Walking Books Whisky Books Wildlife Books Digital Media Islay Gifts Search Products Search for Popular Islay Edition Monopoly 32 50 Islay Type Map T Shirt 15 00 Scallop Quaich 30 00 Islay Type map Tea towel 8 00 Seascape Tea Cup and Saucer 30 00 Filter by price Filter Price Product Tags Argyll Art Books Celtic Baby Names Children s books Colonsay Cooking Books DVD Fiction Books Gaelic Geology Glass Health Fitness Books Hebridean Islands Hebridean Shipping Hebrides Highland Stoneware history History Books Inner Hebrides Islay Islay and Jura Islay books Islay distillery Islay History Islay Whisky Islay Wildlife Islay Woolen Mill Jura lighthouse Lord of the Isles Mug Photography Poetry Ralph Steadman Reference books Sailing Books Scottish Books Scottish Writing Social History St Kilda Travel books Walking Books West

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  • The Fantastical Feats of Finn MacCoul - The Celtic House
    several cultures but most notably in Scotland and Ireland where he and the Fian his band of loyal followers are still important cultural figures Many place names that grace the Celtic lands have their basis in these tales Kyle Rhea for example between the Isle of Skye and the mainland is so called because of the terrible fate that befell one of the Fian while trying to save his wife these warriors valued honour above all else Justice was dispensed decisively to evil doers and members of the Fian alike Finn himself was more of a king than the kings he often met for he alone was the arbiter of all conflicts His was a life of constant risk combined with a simple belief in the power of good over evil Finn travelled and fought wherever he was most needed His dealings with the Lochlanners Scandinavians give us a stirring insight into a time where men risked their lives in pursuit of something more than mere wealth This fabulous and evoking collection of heroic tales conjures a time and place where giants and magic were commonplace and danger was everywhere where kings ruled over kingdoms not countries Companion to the best selling Folk Tales of Scotland Only collection available of the Fenian cycle of stories Stunningly illustrated by Paul Rumsey Additional Information Weight 0 425 kg Dimensions 22 x 14 2 x 2 5 cm Author Norah Montgomerie Publisher Birlinn Ltd ISBN 978 1841588179 Language English Hardback 160 pages b w illustrations maps Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products A World Apart The Story of Hebridean Shipping 16 00 Buy Now Show Details Hedderwick Shetland Rambles 14 99 Buy Now Show Details A Unique and Precious Culture The Changing Face of South Uist and Eriskay 20 00 Buy

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  • Fire in the Head - The Celtic House
    Categories Book Shop Fiction Books Tag Les Wilson Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description He is replanting ancient woodland and his artist friend is creating a vast site specific artwork in a cave but a magnate has other plans for their sacred hill He wishes to blow it apart and turn it into aggregate for building motorways How is the community to react Jon Armour a Glasgow arts journalist is enticed into their plot and following his own professional and personal interests blunders into a reality and a conflict he is incapable of understanding with disastrous results for all involved The main plot is mirrored in the plot of a parallel story that projects the localism of the Calltain community onto a global and historical plane Les Wilson s novel tells not just of rivalries jealousies and murder but also of an inherent incompatibility between the ecology of our planet and the logic of Western capitalism which is played out over and over again relentlessly None of the characters are saints or demons This is human tragedy that is beyond solution or even understanding The fate of the Calltain community is perhaps a premonition of our own resulting as it does from an inability to search out rational compromise and throughout the story is dominated by the reflective Aaronson and his intransigent daughter Additional Information Weight 0 303 kg Dimensions 20 8 x 13 9 x 1 6 cm Author Les Wilson Publisher Vagabond Voices ISBN 978 0956056078 Language English Paperback 240 pages Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Hedderwick Shetland Rambles 14 99 Buy Now Show Details A Unique and Precious Culture The Changing Face of South Uist and Eriskay 20 00 Buy Now Show Details Hebrides At War 11 00 Buy Now Show Details Hebridean

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  • Nineteen Eighty-Four - The Celtic House
    Scottish Books Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description quote Who controls the past controls the future who controls the present controls the past quote Hidden away in the Record Department of the sprawling Ministry of Truth Winston Smith skilfully rewrites the past to suit the needs of the Party Yet he inwardly rebels against the totalitarian world he lives in which demands absolute obedience and controls him through the all seeing telescreens and the watchful eye of Big Brother symbolic head of the Party In his longing for truth and liberty Smith begins a secret love affair with a fellow worker Julia but soon discovers the true price of freedom is betrayal Eric Arthur Blair 1903 1950 better known by his pen name George Orwell was born in India where his father worked for the Civil Service An author and journalist Orwell was one of the most prominent and influential figures in twentieth century literature His unique political allegory Animal Farm was published in 1945 and it was this novel together with the dystopia of Nineteen Eighty Four 1949 which brought him world wide fame All his novels and non fiction including Burmese Days 1934 Down and Out in Paris and London 1933 The Road to Wigan Pier 1937 and Homage to Catalonia 1938 are published in Penguin Modern Classics Additional Information Weight 0 544 kg Dimensions 22 4 x 14 x 3 2 cm Author George Orwell Publisher Penguin Classics 3 Jan 2013 ISBN 978 0141393049 Language English Paperback 368 pages Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products The Land Where I Belong Fifty Years in Focus in the Highlands and Islands 20 00 Buy Now Show Details Hedderwick Shetland Rambles 14 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Names for Children 7 99 Buy Now Show Details

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  • Para Handy - The Celtic House
    affections of generations of Scots since he first weighed anchor in the pages of the Glasgow Evening News nearly a hundred years ago In stock Buy Now SKU CH FB PH Categories Book Shop Fiction Books Tags Fiction Books Para handy Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description Para Handy and his crew Dougie the Mate Macphail the Engineer Sunny Jim and The Tar all play their part in evoking the irresistible atmosphere of a bygone age when puffers sailed between West Highland ports and the great city of Glasgow This definitive edition contains all three collections published in the author s lifetime as well as a new story never previously published Extensive notes accompany each story providing fascinating insights into colloquialisms place names and historical events This volume also includes a wealth of contemporary photographs depicting the harbours steamers and puffers from the age of the Vital Spark This edition includes one further story which was discovered in 2001 Additional Information Weight 0 402 kg Dimensions 19 8 x 12 6 x 2 6 cm Author Neil Munro Publisher Birlinn Ltd New Ed edition 1 April 2002 ISBN 978 1841582276 Language English Paperback 462 pages Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Hebrides At War 11 00 Buy Now Show Details Flora Celtica Plants and People in Scotland 30 00 Buy Now Show Details The Land Where I Belong Fifty Years in Focus in the Highlands and Islands 20 00 Buy Now Show Details Hannah Titania A True Fairy Tale 13 00 Buy Now Show Details Tweets RT batelauk HappyValentinesDay all We hope you have a lovely day Batela https t co OueRlenIcg https t co dOArU5LK5R 1 day ago retweeted via batelauk RT Lauratobin1 HappyValentinesDay Have a great day XXX loveisintheair https t co 3Q1t0qAfDS 2 days

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