Our second book,"Grandma Cooks" is finally done and available. If you always wanted to know the ingredients for haggis or what to serve your 'first footer' on New Years Day or how to make those delicious Scotch Eggs then you need this book.Includes Skirlies, Black Bun, Cock a Leekie soup, Scottish Pasties,Crannachan and many more of Grandma Burnetts traditional Scottish recipes. We even included some Household and Gardening tips like the ones enjoyed in the first Grandma book"Grandma Said".
Beautifully designed by Creative Impressions of Mountain View, AR it is the perfect gift for your favorite Scot or a treat for yourself.
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"Grandma Said" is our first book.If you want to know how to get rid of warts or make soap or discourage mosquitos than you need this book. Included are some of her favorite household and medicinal recipes . These recipes are from the journals that she started in Scotland and continued writing here in the United States.
|"When Grandma brought her soap pot from Scotland in 1905, she had no idea she was founding a family business. Although she was only twelve, she managed to help support herself and six brothers by making soap and baskets.|
|"Wherever we go to demonstrate our craft, we are privileged to hear many family stories about making soap. The past has a legacy for all of us, and we hope to continue making Grandma's soap in her pot for at least five more generations..."|
|Using a 200 year old Burnett family recipe and a fifth generation iron soap pot, Deborraha Burnett makes Scottish Lye Soap at the No Sweat Soap Factory in Mountain View, Arkansas. The Factory may be found at the finest Living History events and juried craft fairs.|
We suggest you unwrap the soap when you receive it so each bar can continue to dry and cure. Our Soap Tips page has more information about taking care of and using your soap.
Gentle Enough for a Baby... Many people have an immediate negative reaction to the thought of using Lye Soap. What we find on the market today labeled as "soap" is in most cases a detergent that has been created from petroleum based products.
What most people do not realize is that soap is the result of a chemical process called "saponification." When the tallow used in Scottish Lye Soap is mixed with sodium hydroxide (lye), it splits into fatty acids and glycerin. The fatty acid combines with the sodium, and the result is a gentle cleansing substance -- true soap, as it was made generations ago.
You Can Use Our Soap Head-to-Toe! Our Scottish Lye Soap is made with the best triple-refined tallow available. Scottish Lye Soap makes a all natural addition to your bath area, and a perfect gift for those who appreciate quality and purity. The bars make great stocking stuffers, too!
Click on the links at the left to learn more about Scottish Lye Soap and its many uses...