Scottish Fairy Belief
The authorities told folk what they ought to believe, but what did they really believe? Throughout Scottish History, people have believed in fairies. They were a part of everyday life, as real as the sunrise, and incontrovertible as the existence of God. While fairy belief was only a fragment of much larger complex, the implications of studying this belief tradition are potentially vast, revealing some understanding of the worldview of the people of past centuries.
Famous For A Reason
From humble beginnings in Perth in the early nineteenth century, Matthew Gloag established a whisky business which found favour with the royal household and the Scottish public alike. In 1896...
Outlander Kitchen: The Official Companion Cookbook
In more than one hundred recipes, the incredible story of Outlander is retold through the flavours of the Scottish Highlands, the French Revolution, and beyond. From Claire Beauchamp Randall’s first...
Tartan And Tweed
With their origins in the Scottish Highlands, tweed and tartan are fabrics with a strong cultural identity, but they have been appropriated and reinvented for centuries. This lavishly illustrated coffee...