Venison Braised in Beef Stock with Mashed Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts
Scotland has a large population of native red deer; this makes venison traditionally very popular and in more recent years,Read more.
The Cow that Ate the Piper
Contributed by Marilyn McPhie Many years ago in the highlands of Scotland there was a piper — Billy McLeod. I doubtRead more.
5 of Scotland’s Famous Castles
Glamis Castle, which can be found nestled close by the village of Glamis in Angus, Scotland is open to theRead more.
Meaning to look pale, particularly when someone is not feeling well.Read more.
2019 Robert Burns Supper
Looking for something wonderfully Scottish to do? Our friends at North County Scots are hosting their annual Robert Burns' Supper,Read more.
The Black Bull of Norroway
There was once a woman who had three daughters. One day the eldest said, “Mother, bake me a bannock andRead more.
We're pretty lucky here in San Diego, but it certainly is starting to cool off out there! Jeelit, is aRead more.
When the day is gray, or rainy out, you could describe it as Dreich.Read more.
Black Friday Tickets Sale!
Can't wait for the 2019 San Diego Scottish Highland Games? Want to get some great savings? We will be releasingRead more.
Yer aywis at the coo’s tail
(Coo= cow) Translation: Hurry up, you're always dragging your heels.Read more.
2018 Pipe and Drum Results
SATURDAY AWARDS GRADE IV SOLO PIPING 20 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER 2/4 MARCH 3RD Brennen Foley 2ND Ewan Laplant 1ST Hugo MackayRead more.
Halloween in Scotland
Halloween in Scotland by Ben Johnson Robert Burns, the famous Scottish poet, wrote about the myths, legends and traditions associatedRead more.