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What to Read in This Week’s Còsagach Issue

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What to Read in This Week’s Còsagach Issue

January 20, 2019

When looking for a title for this week’s Scottish issue, we came upon the idea of còsagach, Scotland’s answer to hygge: think wool blankets, tea, wood fires, and plenty of tartan to combat the winter grey. Here’s a sneak peek of the issue:

A Scottish croft looks out over the sea; see more in A Remote Scottish Bolt-Hole.
Above: A Scottish croft looks out over the sea; see more in A Remote Scottish Bolt-Hole.
  • Inside a 1610 merchant’s house turned architecture studio in Edinburgh
  • World’s most beautiful silver spoons, from the Isle of Skye
  • Planning a trip? We have three rugged, cozy inns to recommend
  • Plus: an old-fashioned staple we’re returning to our beds.

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