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Series 4

Episode 3

Duration: 29 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC ALBALatest broadcast: on BBC ALBA

Tha Màiri NicRisnidh a' siubhal na Gàidhealtachd is nan Eilean a' tachairt air bèiceirean sgileil, a' feuchainn blasan agus dòighean-fuine ùra. Tha iad a' sealtainn dhi mar a nì iadsan rudeigin a-mach às an àbhaist - eadar na tha iad a' cur ann, no dreach ùr air seann eòlach. À Caol Lochaillse gu Rubha Leòdhais, 's iomadh greim blasta tha i a' feuchainn.

Bonnaich bheaga - do dh'inbhich! - le ginèibhir is tonaig, agus aran Stromboli às an Eadailt, brisg a-muigh agus tais na bhroinn le càise, farrasgagan is dearcan-ola. Le toil èasgaidh agus lusan ùra gabhaidh rud inntinneach a chruthachadh, mar a tha Màiri a' dearbhadh a-staigh aice fhèin: a' dèanamh tarte tatin a tha ana-milis, làn uinneanan dearga, agus cèic-cearcaill le liomain agus lus-an-rìgh.

Mairi MacRitchie travels the Highlands and Islands meeting skilful home bakers who are experimenting with new flavours and innovative new recipes. They share with her their favourite recipes for something a little out of the ordinary, be it an unexpected combination of ingredients or a modern twist on an old classic.

From Kyle of Lochalsh, to Point in Lewis, Mairi tastes a variety of delicious recipes. She tries cupcakes with a kick of gin and tonic - these ones are definitely just for adults - and samples an Italian Stromboli bread with its crisp crust and tasty filling of artichokes, olives and cheese.

With fresh ingredients and some enthusiasm you can create something new, and Mairi shows how easy this can be in her own kitchen in Uist. She changes a traditional tarte tatin to a delicious savoury dish using red onions and adds thyme to a moist lemon bundt cake for a special twist. Show less

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