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F. Marian (Florence Marian) McNeill
|Statement||by F. Marian McNeill.|
|LC Classifications||GT2880 .M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||56045295|
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She is best known for writing The Silver Bough (not to be confused with The Golden Bough), a four-volume study of Scottish folklore; also The Scots Kitchen and Scots Cellar: Its Traditions and Lore with Old-time Recipes.
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The late Orkney folkorist F. Marian McNeill wrote extensively about Scotland’s drinks tradition in her excellent book The Scots Cellar. Here we. The Bookcellar, Waupaca, WI. likes. New and used books, cds, lps, dvds, musical instrument accessories and whatever else we can squeeze in.
Search services. All persuasions welcome.5/5(17). The Scots Cellar by F Marian McNeill. Photograph: Suki Dhanda/The Guardian Born in Orkney, this estimable woman wrote beautifully on the lore and cooking of Scotland.
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This book can be read on its own. Bodyguard of Lies (Book 1) introduces the characters of Hannah and Neeley. This book's plot shows them in action as part of the Cellar. The Cellar also makes an appearance in several of my other series, notably Nightstalkers and Time Patrol.
It was considered for option by George Clooney's production company/5().The Scottish traditions which Marian had been brought up on shaped two of her books, The Scots Kitchen (published in ) and The Scots Cellar (), which both celebrated old recipes and customs and provide a social history of northern domestic life.The assay office marks of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
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