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Hidden Scotland Issue 06


By Erchen Chang, Shing Tat Chung, and Wai Ting Chung

The first cookbook from London’s cult favorite restaurant BAO offers a taste of Taiwanese food culture with 100 signature recipes for steamed buns, noodles, xiao chi, fried chicken, and more.

  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 205 × 270mm
  • Pages: 240
  • Illustrations: 120 illustrations



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About the Magazine


We’re delighted to be introducing you to the Sixth edition of Hidden Scotland magazine. Welcome to our Spring/Summer 2023 issue.

Various themes run through the following 150 pages. Perhaps the most prominent is the notion of breaking away from the main drag. We tiptoe quietly into the country’s secret gardens, celebrate Edinburgh’s smaller museums and galleries, and learn more about the remote creative retreats scattered across the map. We also head to the extremity of the mainland, to look at the nooks and crannies of far-flung Caithness.

These ideas of concealment and secrecy extend to two of Scotland’s best loved but most elusive animals. Golden eagles and otters are both the focus of features in this issue, with the Cairngorms and Islay providing the respective settings. The sport of surfing, meanwhile, is the very definition of finding freedom and release in the margins – here, surfer-photographer Sam Howard leads us through three years spent catching Scottish waves.

Sam is just one of many characters you’ll encounter as you flick through the pages. We also meet legendary silversmith and engraver Malcolm Appleby MBE and speak to the remarkable Nick Gardner, who set himself the challenge of climbing all 282 of Scotland’s munros at the age of 80. Going back in time, we also turn the beam onto the Stevenson family, who collectively designed so many of the country’s lighthouses. And on a modern note, we hear from Hazel Powell of superb East Neuk bakery Baern Cafe.

There’s room, of course, for much more besides. We highlight ten of Scotland’s best lochside walks, pay a visit to the book-lovers’ paradise that is Wigtown and delve into the past with a look at what happened to the Picts. If you’re exploring with kids, meanwhile, look no further than our family travel guide to Perthshire.
As ever, enjoy the journey. Slàinte mhath.




Hidden Scotland

Founded by writer and photographer Jack Cairney in 2016, Hidden Scotland create and collaborate to produce content that gives you the knowledge and tips to maximise your experience when travelling in Scotland. Cairney, originally from Aberdeen

The company was founded in Vienna in 1923 by Dr Béla Horovitz and Ludwig Goldscheider. Horovitz named the company Phaidon in reference to Phaedo, a Greek philosopher and pupil of Socrates, to acknowledge his love of classical culture. Horovitz created quality books at an affordable price while Goldscheider contributed elegant layouts and handsome production.

The 1970s saw a great expansion in the number of staff employed by Phaidon and the number of titles it published. Like many other publishers at the time, Phaidon diversified into a range of subject areas and began to buy-in titles from publishers abroad. In October 2012, Phaidon came under new ownership and its new senior management team began the task of growing the company for the long term as the world’s leading publisher of books in the visual arts, food, and children’s markets.

Publishing successes in subsequent years expanded the growing art program to include books made in collaboration with the global superstar Rihanna, NIKE, photographer Annie Leibovitz, fashion designer Sir Paul Smith, the streetwear brand Supreme, and Cecily Brown, one of many cutting-edge artists in the company’s iconic Contemporary Artists Series. More recently, Phaidon has successfully added interior design to its core publishing categories.

I’ve come to realise that if you approach travelling at home in that humble sense, with the knowledge that there’s always more to discover, you can easily pack an entire year with brand new adventures.”-Jack Cairney

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