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Orkney/Orcadian Clapshot or Clapshaw

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Clapshot is a seriously versatile dish. It can be eaten as a main, a side, with or without onions and a whole host of other things could be added to make your own creation. Regardless of how, it is certainly quick, easy and comforting.  

Forfar Bridie – An Angus Tradition

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The name “Bridie” has two possible origins. One is that the name comes from Maggie Bridie of Glamis who sold them at Buttermarket and the other is that the horseshoe shape made them lucky to serve at weddings and took the name from the bride.  

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