Viewing posts from: February 2015

Scottish Kedgeree, Indian Influence and Leftovers!

Posted by True Highlands in Scottish Recipes | 3 comments


We love traditional Scottish cooking here at TrueHighlands, but for a change this week we thought we would share something a bit more contemporary. Don’t panic, we are not about to start pulling pork or frying pizzas just yet. What we do have for you is a 19th century Scottish variation on the breakfast of the British Empire.  

Single Track Roads and Cow Congestion!

Posted by True Highlands in Kit and Caboodle | 9 comments


As Hamish Macbeth meandered through the Scottish Highlands he approached the most inspiring road zig zagging up to a high mountain pass. At the bottom there was a warning sign which said Narrow road - no more than three sheep abreast. The sign is of course fake but the road, Beallach Na Ba in Applecross is very real.  

Fishcake with Seasonal Veg by Chef Graham Fox

Posted by True Highlands in Scottish Recipes | 0 comments


The lunch menu at Sutor Creek features a selection of locally sourced meats, vegetables and fish in addition to wood-fired pizzas. One of the most popular lunch dishes is the Smoked Haddock Fishcake served with a mustard sauce and seasonal vegetables. Fishcakes are a great family supper (kids love getting involved with the egging and breading part!) or make a smaller portion to serve as a starter for a dinner party.  

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