Scottish Food Selection

This evening, I am focusing on the wide and deep choice of locally produced Scottish food which a visitor may encounter in course of a tour.

  • Haggis: Traditional savoury dish made from chitterlings or stomach of a sheep.
  • Meat: Includes venison, game, lamb, pork and beef.
  • Soups: Cullen Skink ( made from a haddock-fish-base) and Scotch Broth.
  • Organically produced vegetables and other foods.
  • Fish: Cod, haddock pus a wide range of other seafood such as oysters.
  • Traditional Fish and Chips
  • Cheese: A wide range from regional sources such as Arran and Orkney.
  • Sticky Toffee Pudding: Sponge cake covered in toffee sauce.
  • Clootie Dumpling: Fruit pudding.
  • Black Bun: Mixed fruit based sweet dessert traditionally associated with Hogmanay (New Year).
  • Tablet: A fudge type confectionary very high in sugar.
  • Ice Cream: A wide range of locally produced products including branded from Orkney and Arran.
  • Real Ale and Craft Beers: Produced from a large number of regional micro breweries.

Fish and Chips at Anstrutheer Fish Bar, Fife, Scotland

Oysters on Isle of Skye, Scotland

Drygate Craft Beer, Glasgow


Haggis, Neeps and Tatties

Scottish Cheese

Rib Eye Steak and Sirloin Steak

Scottish Fish

Scotch Broth

Aberdeen Angus Beef from Scotland

Organic Vegetables from Scotland

Clootie Dumplings

Scottish Food:Black Bun

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