We really are blessed to be British, aren’t we? And, during this time of change and new direction, we thought we’d embrace something that’ll never change: our love of food and the good old fashioned Haggis Recipe. This really is a dish made for the Autumn and Winter seasons as it’s easy to make in the Slow Cooker and is hearty and beautifully warming. Easy Slow Cooker Haggis Recipe Haggis, Neeps and Tatties Ingredients 1 haggis (with natural casing) 400g of Swede and Turnips 500g of Potatoes Butter and/or milk... Read More
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Isn’t it great to be British? We’re feeling all patriotic with British Food Fortnight and we’re enjoying making lush bait to celebrate. This blog includes a delcious Fruit Scone Recipe and, if you’re anything like us, you’ll be arguing about two things… 1. How to say it (scone, as in ‘gone’ or scone, as in ‘cone’) 2. And whether it’s jam or cream first – to keep everyone happy, we’ll use GIFs to show both. Easy Fruit Scone ingredients 225g of self-raising flour (maybe have a little extra for dusting)... Read More
Food. Fud. Nosebag. Bait. Scran. Grub. Feast. Munch. Whatever you call it, we love to fill our faces with lush food in this country and there ain’t much lusher than a fish and chips supper. The British Classic of Fish and Chips holds a firm place in our hearts, but sadly, it also seems to hold a rather squidgy place in our stomach area thanks to it’s often highly-fatty content that can leave us feeling pretty darn greasy! But, what if I told you that you could enjoy all... Read More