This is simple Aberdonian fare. Fish cooked delicately in milk and cream with poached eggs bulking up the dish. I can't remember when I first had this growing up but it was a firm favourite. Sadly you'll likely never see this on any menu but, then again, that is what home cooking is for. You … Continue reading No.72 Haddock Poached in Milk
Scotland is the only country where its first minister on the orders of her dad would stand up in parliament to give support to a campaign to keep a pie on a bakeries menu. In reality Scotland has a love affair with the macaroni pie. Some chip shops will even batter and deep fry these … Continue reading No.32 Homemade Macaroni Pies
Haggis Cannonballs, or Bon Bons, depending on which Edinburgh restaurant you go to, are delicately deep fried balls of haggis. What could be more Scottish than deep frying a national dish of sheep offal and oatmeal. These are perfect for burns night, St Andrews days, bonfire night or just whenever you want to fry something … Continue reading No.26 Haggis Cannonballs and Whiskey Mayonnaise
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