Slow Cooker Haggis Lasagne Haggis isn’t only for Burns Night, it makes a tasty and filling meal, particularly in winter. This particular recipe for Slow Cooker Haggis Lasagne came about
This is a sponsored post Have you ever been to a Burns Supper? It’s a lot of fun, a night to celebrate the works of Scotland’s National Bard, Robert Burns
Growing up in Scotland in the 1960s and early 70s, there were two types of soup served at every Scottish table: Lentil Soup and Scotch Broth. There are as many
The last time I made Black Bun was in 1999, to be served for the Millennium Celebrations on Hogmanay (New Year’s Eve) to celebrate the entry of the new millennium.
I had never baked apples in the slow cooker before, but they are amazing, holding together really well as long as you remember to run your knife around the middle
After our feast of chocolate at the Pittenweem Chocolate Company, it was er…time for lunch! We headed just along the coast to St Monans, one of the quieter
So where do you think Claire, Foodie Quine, and I are posing? Are we on a cruise the Med or the Norwegian Fjords? Well, no actually, we are in
I am a huge fan of haggis. Many people are a bit squeamish, but it’s really just a big, round, peppery lamb sausage, so don’t be put off and