The Traditional Tastes of Scotland

16/04/2016

Traditional Scottish dishes are nourishing and filling with distinctive qualities that are associated with this bonnie land. Usually, simply cooked and with an absence of spices from abroad (too expensive in the past) – these basic dishes gave the Scots the energy and strength they needed to live and survive in this naturally rugged country.  During your visit to Scotland, do sample some of our traditional dishes – a Scottish breakfast during your stay at one Scotland’s Best B&B’s; a lunch at one of the small cafes of 'chippies' (Fish and Chip Shops) found in most of our towns and cities; a dinner at one of the fine restaurants that Scotland has a plethora (plenty) of!

Forfar Bridies - Named after Maggie Bridie, a traveling food seller in the county of Angus, previously known as Forfarshire – hence the name. Usually made of beef, which is crimped into a flaky pastry case and folded over like a pasty.
A Forfar Bridie and a Scotch Pie from the local Butcher near Garvally House B&B in Alloa

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