A food journey through an ancient land
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May 2, 2013 by scotslarder
When you walk into the Great Kitchen at Stirling Castle you are immediately taken by the vastness of the place. The recreation of the...
Apr 25, 2013 by scotslarder
I went through a phase of wanting to be a chef, quite a long phase actually. Then I thought about doing a supper club. But who would...
Mar 27, 2013 by scotslarder
I rarely make desserts. I’ve mentioned this before. The desserts of my childhood, which I would have every day when being looked...
Feb 23, 2013 by scotslarder
To my mind Scottish food is very much defined by the quality of the natural produce rather than a particular flavour or style....
Feb 19, 2013 by scotslarder
The cuisine of Scotland is steeped in the history of cooking from the natural larder at the people’s disposal. Whether this be...
Jan 24, 2013 by scotslarder
“Though on hamely fare we dine”
Robert Burns, though known the world o’er as Scotland’s national poet was born into...
Jan 14, 2013 by scotslarder
When Scotland signed the Auld Alliance with France in 1295 it was more than just the guarantee of armed support if war was declared...
Dec 31, 2012 by scotslarder
Five minutes chatting to Iain McKellar of justseaweed.com about the range of products he forages off the Isle of Bute on the...
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