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by Theodora Fitzgibbon
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Regional & International
Publisher: Souvenir Pr Ltd (September 1, 1993)
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Traditional Scottish Cookery Scottish Recipes Cookbook by Theodora Fitzgibbon. A Taste of Scotland : Scottish Traditional Food by Theodora FitzGibbon.
Theodora Fitzgibbon has done the homework, discarded the inedible, re-written the unreadable and generally opened the door for Scottish food lovers the world over. From collops in the pan to stoved potatoes there are endless, delightful historical insights. My copy is battered and worn with use.
Theodora FitzGibbon (née Rosling; second marriage name Morrison; 1916–1991) was an Irish cookery writer, model and actress
Theodora FitzGibbon (née Rosling; second marriage name Morrison; 1916–1991) was an Irish cookery writer, model and actress. FitzGibbon was born Theodora Rosling on October 21, 1916 in London to John Archibald Rosling and Alice Winfred Hodgins. She was educated at a number of convents, including the Sacré Coeur in Bruges and St Joseph's, Hendon. She travelled widely with her father in India, Europe and the Middle East.
Traditional Scottish Cookery Paperback – September 1, 1993. by Theodora Fitzgibbon (Author). great cookbook of Scottish food. Not your everyday choice in the US.
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The Irish Times food writer Theodora FitzGibbon lived a life filled to the brim. Born in London in 1916, her appetite for love, pleasure, good food and adventure took her all over the globe until she died, in Dublin, in 1991. A Taste of Love, her two-volume autobiography, reveals a life fully lived: the names she used before settling on ‘Theodora’; the cookery lessons given to her by the former Queen Natalie of Serbia; the 1920s childhood spent on food-chomping travels with her rakish father in Europe, the Middle East and India.