Ùrachadh mu Dheireadh 19/04/2018
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TIOTAL
Ceann dachaigh Shìleis NicCoinnich air Eilean Tighe
EXTERNAL ID
PC_JMACKENZIE_006
ÀITE
Eilean Tighe
SGÌRE
An t-Eilean Sgitheanach
SIORRACHD/PARRAIST
INBHIR NIS: Port Rìgh
CRUTHADAIR
Julia Mackenzie
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Sìleas NicCoinnich
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
28851
KEYWORDS
Ìnnse Gall
eileanaich
eileanan
croitearachd
croitear
croitearan
croit
croitean
mòine
fàd
tairsgeir
taigh-croite
taigh croite
mòine
fàd
còcaireachd
similearan
Gable end of Julia Mackenzie's home on Eilean Tighe

Chaidh an dealbh seo a thogail air Eilean Tighe far ceann a tuath Ratharsair anns na h-Eileanan a-Staigh. Fhuaradh an dealbh bho Shìleas NicCoinnich agus chithear ceann na seann dachaigh air an eilean.
Rugadh Sìleas NicCoinnich air Eilean Tighe ann an 1923 agus ghluais I an dèidh sin gu eilean Rònaigh a bha na bu mhotha. Faisg air deireadh nan 1990an, thadhail I a-rithist air Eilean Tighe anns nach eil duine a' fuireach an-diugh. Thug seo oirre leabhar a sgrìobhadh mu na bha cuimhne aice air mu dhòigh-beatha an eilein. Ann an 'Whirligig beetles and tackety boots' tha I ag innse mun taigh anns an robh I a' fuireach:

'The living-cum-bedroom-cum-dining quarters had what is known as a hanging chimney place, with the chimneybreast jutting out from the wall; the fire of peat was laid on a flat stone inside this. A very convenient arrangement, as one could sit at the sides as well as the front. The peat gave off a lovely aroma as it burned, to think of it makes for nostalgia. Hanging inside the huge chimney was a strong chain called a 'Slabhraidh' in the Gaelic; this was attached to a strong iron crossbar further up the chimney. At the end of the 'Slabhraidh', was a strong hook on which the kettle would hang to boil and the bow handled skillets, griddle and strong large frying pan. All these cooking utensils had these bow handles for hanging on the hook. The handles were called 'bulasg' and the rate of boiling was controlled by putting the pot on a higher link of the chain by raising the hook. It was all very effective, but by burning so much peat, the chimney got very sooty, so the cook had to be very careful that everything had a lid on.'

Faodar 'Whirligig beetles and tackety boots' a cheannach ann am Bùithtean Leabhraichean Blythswood. Tha a' phrothaid gu lèir a' dol a dh'ionnsaigh obair Blythswood Care

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Ceann dachaigh Shìleis NicCoinnich air Eilean Tighe

INBHIR NIS: Port Rìgh

Ìnnse Gall; eileanaich; eileanan; croitearachd; croitear; croitearan; croit; croitean; mòine; fàd; tairsgeir; taigh-croite; taigh croite; mòine; fàd; còcaireachd; similearan

Sìleas NicCoinnich

Chaidh an dealbh seo a thogail air Eilean Tighe far ceann a tuath Ratharsair anns na h-Eileanan a-Staigh. Fhuaradh an dealbh bho Shìleas NicCoinnich agus chithear ceann na seann dachaigh air an eilean.<br /> Rugadh Sìleas NicCoinnich air Eilean Tighe ann an 1923 agus ghluais I an dèidh sin gu eilean Rònaigh a bha na bu mhotha. Faisg air deireadh nan 1990an, thadhail I a-rithist air Eilean Tighe anns nach eil duine a' fuireach an-diugh. Thug seo oirre leabhar a sgrìobhadh mu na bha cuimhne aice air mu dhòigh-beatha an eilein. Ann an 'Whirligig beetles and tackety boots' tha I ag innse mun taigh anns an robh I a' fuireach:<br /> <br /> 'The living-cum-bedroom-cum-dining quarters had what is known as a hanging chimney place, with the chimneybreast jutting out from the wall; the fire of peat was laid on a flat stone inside this. A very convenient arrangement, as one could sit at the sides as well as the front. The peat gave off a lovely aroma as it burned, to think of it makes for nostalgia. Hanging inside the huge chimney was a strong chain called a 'Slabhraidh' in the Gaelic; this was attached to a strong iron crossbar further up the chimney. At the end of the 'Slabhraidh', was a strong hook on which the kettle would hang to boil and the bow handled skillets, griddle and strong large frying pan. All these cooking utensils had these bow handles for hanging on the hook. The handles were called 'bulasg' and the rate of boiling was controlled by putting the pot on a higher link of the chain by raising the hook. It was all very effective, but by burning so much peat, the chimney got very sooty, so the cook had to be very careful that everything had a lid on.'<br /> <br /> Faodar 'Whirligig beetles and tackety boots' a cheannach ann am Bùithtean Leabhraichean Blythswood. Tha a' phrothaid gu lèir a' dol a dh'ionnsaigh obair Blythswood Care