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Scottish Recipes

Haggis Timbale

Haggis Timbale “S mairg a ni tarcuis air biadh” – meaning people who have contempt for food are generally considered as a fool. That’s why you all should love Scottish food, no matter whether it is a modern or traditional food item. Scotland’s affinity to their delicious cuisine can be witnessed in this recipe, named …

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Cullen Skink

Scotland has much to offer when it comes to traditional and delicious meals. From savoury Scottish porridge to the iconic national dish of Haggis, Scotland offers culinary cuisine that is unique from its European counterparts. Cullen Skink is one of the famous Scotland dishes, and it is a hearty soup traditionally made with smoked haddock. …

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Scottish Tablet

Taiblet, in Scots, is a medium-hard, sugary confection from Scotland. Tablet is wonderfully tasty, sugary, sweet or candy with a slightly grainy texture that melts in the mouth. Scottish Tablet can be found around the world. In Latin America “Dulce de Leche en Tabla”, then “Borstplaat” in Netherlands, and “Sucre a la creme” in Quebec …

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Shirley’s Fruitcake

Contributed by Shirley Manchester (Bohannon) “Originally I learned to make fruitcake because my Dad loved it. As a child the flavour was too strong for me to like, but as an adult I fell in love with it also. Here is “Shirley’s Fruitcake” as baked for her Dad. (p.s. he loved pecans, and I loved …

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Pumpkin Risotto

Sourced from Tom Kitchin recipe: Pumpkin risotto Tom says: “Risotto is one of my favourite foods. It’s quick and easy to prepare and can be flavoured with so many different seasonal vegetables. I like making pumpkin risotto and my preferred way of serving it is in a big bowl placed right in the middle …

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A Wee Bit Information on Whisky

The Gaelic “usquebaugh”, meaning “Water of Life”, phonetically became “usky” and then “whisky” in English. However it is known, Scotch Whisky, Scotch or Whisky (as opposed to whiskey), it has captivated a global market. Scotland has internationally protected the term “Scotch”. For a whisky to be labeled Scotch it has to be produced in Scotland. …

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