Canadian, American, Scottish, and British Cooking Terms and Measures.
- with caraway flavour
Arran Potato Salad
- from the Firth of Clyde
- the best of oatcakes.
Brown trout Bake
- with a flavour of the Highlands
Butterscotch and Apple Pie
- for a sweet finish.
- yet his namesake dish has a great flavour.
- is an Orkney recipe that is great with Haggis or any traditional savoury dish.
Claret Cooked Beef
for rich meaty flavours.
Clootie or Cloutie Dumpling
- named for the cloth (cloutie) in which it was traditionally wrapped before cooking.
Cock A Leekie
- soup and savoury all in one !
Colcannon or Rumblediethumps
- dalriadan mashed potatoes.
- a shepherds delight.
Date and Walnut Loaf
- a delight from the Scottish tearoooms.
- a fruit and nut extravaganza from the port of Scottish explorers.
- a Scottish meat pastie enjoyed by the author of Peter Pan.
Haddock and Ham Pie
- a savoury crumble-topped treat.
Haddock and Prawn Pillows
- a seafood surprise.
- a thick and fishy soup from Cullen in Morayshire.
Heather Honey Chicken
with the taste of the moorland.
- the sliced sausage that out-burgers a hamburger.
Keiller made marmalade in Dundee since 1797, and here is a cake recipe using some to good effect.
Partridge and Black Pudding
- a recipe using breast of game bird with black pudding - delicious.
- the pudding that satisfies all ages.
- a Scottish toad in the hole popular with kids and adults.
- an easy to cook traditional recipe.
Scotch Pancake - Drop Scones
- a delicious way to spoil yourself.
- one of many recipes for the Queen of biscuits - top cookie.
Smoked Salmon Omelette
- served with watercress cream (optional).
Smoked Salmon Pate
- with a home made flavour.
- the food of the gods - especially in winter - a stew with lamb or Lorne.
- firmer than fudge, tastier too !.
- the ideal scone for a healthy afternoon tea !.