Get ready for Christmas with our favourite recipes!
I will have to admit that this was the first Scottish savoury bannock that I have made and you know what? …it certainly will not be the last it was absolutely delicious! The kids loved it and the wee one had a few pieces too! I made this special bannock with traditional Beremeal from Orkney.
These traditional Scottish Forfar Bridies orignate from Forfar in Scotland. They are a traditional meat pastry which is thought to date back to the 19th century and thought to be served to the bride on her wedding day, hence the horseshoe shape. Another story is that they were made by a lady called Margaret Bridie … Read More
I make a variation of these delicious cinnamon rolls every year as a treat and this year we made these pumpkin cinnamon rolls. They were so delicious with the cream cheese icing on top and the pumpkin cinnamon butter filling. We made so many we were literally eating them for breakfast and snacks for an … Read More
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I hope you find some inspiration from our beautiful country and enjoy a taste of Traditional Scottish food and culture!
The kitchen is filled with the traditional Scottish scent of the broth pot, bread is rising on top of the oven and there are bowls of foraged and garden picked foods waiting to be preserved or cooked on the worktops. Little ones are being fed in all directions, ferments are brewing and bubbling and recipe books old and new lie open across the kitchen table.
It’s just another day in The Wee Larder kitchen and I look forward to sharing it with you!
xx Angie Milne xx