A Wee Bit About Me…

Hello I’m Angie, the creator of The Wee Larder blog and Youtube channel!

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Welcome to The Wee Larder blog!

Here you will find my delicious Scottish recipes inspired by my research into Traditional Scottish food and culture. These recipes are shared across my Instagram page, this blog and my Youtube channel!

Oatmeal Drop Scone

These traditional Scottish Oatmeal drop scones are so easy to put together and make a delicious breakfast or snack. The kids love them and they are delicious served with a drizzle of honey and a spread of cream cheese.

Traditional Irish Stew

This melt in your mouth traditional Irish stew is so incredibly delicious! The potatoes soften to the buttery onions and tender meat layer and make this not just an easy stew to prepare but probably one of the best stews I have ever tried.

Treacle Scones

My husband has told me many times about the traditional Scottish treacle scones his Granny Murray would make fresh for him served warm with melted butter and an extra helping of treacle. I hope that these are slightly close to how she made them, they certainly taste delicious!

About Me

I am a mother of four and passionate about feeding them healthy wholesome food. We live in a remote beautiful area in the North East of Scotland surrounded by sheep, crops, cows and wild pheasants!

My main interests are cooking, gardening and developing new recipes. I am particularly interested in eating in tune with the seasons and creating recipes to work closely with whats available locally and futher afield. I love cooking with wholesome natural ingredients and am passionate about sharing Scottish food & culture with the UK and beyond.

My kids think I’m conjuring all sorts of potions up around the house with my crazy ferments lying around on all the worktop space. I have sourdough bubbling away, kefir water, kefir milk and some wild foraged blackberry oxymels soaking away at the back of the kitchen. There’s always something interest to be found and I love to be inspired by whats in season.

I love natural remedies and traditional living and am especially busy in the late Summer and Autumn months foraging, making syrups and other traditional remedies from the garden and surrounding countryside.

I also love to grow my own organic vegetables and spend a lot of time in the garden preparing and growing. We keep hens for eggs and they forage in the wilder parts of our garden and produce the most golden of yolks!

I am a creative at heart and have found my passion in traditional living and in particular Traditional Scottish Food and Culture. I really look forward to sharing that passion with you all and hope to inspire you to create your own piece of Scotland in your kitchen at home!

Thank you so much for stopping by The Wee Larder Blog!

Follow along for my easy to follow Scottish inspired recipes to suit all the seasons. The ingredients are simple and basic which makes it easier to join in from anywhere in the world. Most of my recipes and blog posts are paired up with a video on my Youtube channel where you’ll find easy instructions, Scottish foodie tours and local food information.

First time to The Wee Larder Blog? Why not try out some of my popular recipes below to get you started

Traditional Scottish Cullen Skink

Traditional Scottish Beef Stew

Traditional Scottish Cock a leekie Soup

Traditional Scottish Crowdie Cheese

Some of my popular Youtube Videos…

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