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
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.
My Granny (Dad’s Mum) was not a very adventurous cook. She made an amazing peppermint slice, mince and tatties and broth, however, her ‘signature dish’ was her Cloutie Dumpling. A
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
Loch Tay from Kenmore When the sun shines, Scotland is one of the most stunning places you could ever visit. Glorious hills, lochs and coastal villages. There is also a
Iced Cranachan for Best of British – The Scottish Challenge! When you think about Scottish cooking what comes to mind? Haggis? Salmon? Oatcakes? Cullen Skink? There are plenty of