Explore Robert Burns, Robert Ri'Chard and more!

Explore related topics

Some hae meat and canna eat, And some wad eat that want it; But we hae meat, and we can eat, And sae let the Lord be thankit. *The Selkirk Grace * as delivered by Robert Burns This Friday, January …

Scottish Venison Soup - venison stew meat, broth, Salt, yellow onion, turnips, carrots, celery stalks, barley, nettles or spinach, Black pepper

Blue Cheese and Cheddar stovies . . . that traditional Scottish Dish which consists of potatoes, leftover roast from the Sunday roast, and onions stewed in beef drippings and broth on top of the stove . . . until the potatoes are tender and golden . . . and the whole thing becomes amazingly deliciously scrummy. Kind of like a leftover Sunday lunch stew Blue Cheese and Cheddar Stovie-

Scottish Rumbledethumps - simple dish of potatoes, cabbage and onion. It is either served as an accompaniment to a main dish or as a main dish itself. An alternative from Aberdeenshire is called kailkenny. To me this is also a lot like Cottage Pie, only with meat and veggies added - Rumbledethumps – a simple Scottish dish! - See more at: http://www.europescalling.com/Drupal/node/310#sthash.lj9yNose.tWZZ6ZVE.dpuf

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas