Outlander Kitchen: To the New World and Back Again: The Second Official Outlander Companion Cookbook

Outlander Kitchen: To the New World and Back Again: The Second Official Outlander Companion Cookbook Details

The author of the fan favorite Outlander Kitchen returns with more than 100 new easy-to-prepare recipes in this official cookbook inspired by Diane Gabaldon's beloved Outlander novels and the hit Starz original series.

"If you thought Scottish cuisine was all porridge and haggis washed down with a good swally of whiskey, Outlander Kitchen's here to prove you wrong."-- Entertainment Weekly

From Jenny Fraser's first delighted taste of light and fluffy flapjacks from Written in My Own Heart's Blood, to a mouthwatering ragout of beef with oysters at the Beefsteak in The Scottish Prisoner, or a batch of quick-fermented cabbage inspired by Minnie Rennie in "A Fugitive Green," this cookbook brings the world of Diana Gabaldon's beloved literary universe to life with more than 100 delicious, easy-to-follow recipes accompanied by full-color photos.

Drawing inspiration from the latest novels in the Outlander series, which relocates the series to the American colonies, as well as the Lord John books and the stories in Seven Stones to Stand and Fall, Theresa Carle-Sanders delivers an entertaining and mouthwatering mix of authentic historical recipes, twenty-first century interpretations of traditional foods, and character-inspired dishes. Each recipe is preceded by the passage that first introduced or inspired it, including:

Breakfast: Mrs. Figg's Flapjacks; Simon Fraser's Grits with Honey
Soups: Leek and Potato Soup with Harry Quarry; Annie's Chicken Noodle Soup
Appetizers: Cheesy Savouries; Sardines on Toast for Lady Joffrey
Mains: Benedicta's Steak and Mushroom Pie; The Cheerful Chicken Tavern's Poulet au Miel; Roast Pork Tenderloin with Cider Sauce; Claire's Beans and Sass
Sides: Tobias Quinn's Colcannon; Fried Plantains; Cornbread and Salt Pork Stuffing
Breads: Lord John's Yorkshire Pudding; Cornbread; Scones with Preserved Lemon
Sweets: Mistress Abernathy's Apple Pandowdy; Blancmange en Paris; Almond Biscuits

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    Outlander Kitchen: To the New World and Back Again: The Second Official Outlander Companion Cookbook Reviews

  • Marie L.

    I was given a copy of this book by the author for an honest review. First and foremost let me start by saying that this book is amazing. I loved the first Outlander Kitchen book and this one is just a...

  • Alisa (worldswithinpages)

    As a huge fan of Outlander, being able to dive into the world a little bit deeper through exploring recipes that may be made in the Fraser kitchen made my heart swell. So many of the included recipes ...

  • Bridget Healy

    This cookbook is as much fun to read as it is a source of recipes. Will I make everything? No. Did I thoroughly enjoy reading every single recipe? Yes. She has a way of putting together flavors and ex...

  • Out of the Bex

    A fantastic gift for fans of the Outlander series, this kitchen cookbook offers unique and interesting recipes. Most of which are accompanied by a historical annotation telling the background of a par...

  • Shannon

    I loved the first volume and anxiously waited for this one to come out. It did not disappoint. So many great recipes to try. The descriptions and Outlander (and beyond-love the addition of the Lord Jo...

  • Haley

    Loved that there were so many adaptations for dairy-free & vegan recipes! As a lifelong lactose-intolerant person, I really appreciated this. We don’t always get the adaptations in cookbooks that gl...

  • Jeannette Aquino

    Can you consider a "cookbook" as part of a reading challenge on Goodreads? Oh, yes! I enjoyed reading it from cover to cover. Being an Outlander junkie, I was pleased to find many of the recipes inspi...

  • Lisa

    I loved this as much as the first one! There were vegan and vegetarian options this time, and while so much looks labor intensive I would try everything in a heartbeat. ...

  • Schmied Mark

    Very interesting...

  • Barb

    Another awesome cookbookI have both Outlander Kitchen cookbooks now and have tried many recipes. The ones I have tried are family favourites. I wouldn’t make strawberry jam any other way. And really...