Meet Coinneach MacLeod, Author of “The Hebridean Baker, Recipes and Wee Stories from the Scottish Islands”
Meet Coinneach MacLeod, “The Hebridean Baker” at a very special event that will be held at the Historic Mary Heaton Vorse House (466 Commercial St).
This event will feature a reading, plus Q&A. It will be held at The Historic Mary Heaton Vorse House. The book event will begin at 1:00 pm. For people who buy a reception ticket, a reception w/ hors d’oeuvres & libations inspired by the cookbook will be held immediately after the book event. This ticket will help support the bookstore (limited tickets available).
The reception ticket includes a copy of the book, admission to the reception & the book event.
Close your eyes and imagine yourself in the remote Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Do you see yourself walking along a deserted beach? Climbing a heather-strewn hill with a happy wee dog by your side? Sipping a dram at a ceilidh to the tune of a Gaelic song? Or chatting by a warm stove with a cuppa and a cake? For me, it is all these things, and more… and they have inspired every page of this book.
From Croft Loaf to Cranachan Chocolate Bombs, Oaty Apricot Cookies to Heilan’ Coo Cupcakes, there’s something here to put a smile on everyone’s face. Focusing on small bakes that use a simple set of ingredients, these recipes will unleash your inner Socttish baker—it’s all about rustic home baking and old family favorites because, as the Hebridean Baker always says, “Homemade is always best!”
The Hebridean Baker is your ticket to the Scottish Highlands. Perfect for fans of Outlander and anyone who loves to discover new books via TikTok and BookTok, this beautiful cookbook is a wonderful gift for home bakers and lovers of Scottish culture. It features:
- More than 70 traditional recipes (with a modern twist)
- Gorgeous full-color photos
- Heartwarming stories from the Hebridean Baker himself
- This unique baking book is a must-have in any cookbook library!
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