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Posted by True Highlands in Kit and Caboodle, Scottish Recipes | 3 comments

 

Welcome to our Blog section. We hope to keep you entertained, informed and inspired! A blog is a personal piece of writing and as such the blogs will reflect the different writing styles and experiences of the author. Some will be wild and fanciful whilst others may be more informative and factual. There are two sections to our Blog. Kit and Caboodle really does cover anything and everything Highlands and Islands, from walks, ice climbing and beach combing to wildlife, berry picking and how to survive a night in a mountain bothy!

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The Scottish Recipe section is a little self-explanatory, but just in case – find a recipe to do at home, on holiday or round a campfire! Traditional to contemporary or simple to complex, we hope you will enjoy trying something different.

If you would like to submit a blog to us, we would be delighted to hear from you. Anywhere between 500 and 900 words with 3 or 4 supporting photos is perfect. Don’t worry too much about the layout, we can deal with that! If you have a website, please feel free to add a hyperlink.

For recipes, a wee introduction from you, where you learnt it, whether it’s an old family recipe or just that it reminds you of a particular area, we really don’t mind! For this section, just one photo will suffice, unless of course there is a crucial step you need to illustrate.

If there is a topic you would like to see us blog about, let us know the subject and we will try to find a willing author!

Enjoy!

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Comments (3)
  1. Tom Stewart says:

    Hi.The site is looking good ! Will you be putting in other areas like stirling and Perth & Kinross

    • True Highlands says:

      Thanks! Who knows. We will see how this goes before me make any other plans!

  2. Garth Duncan says:

    Thank you for helping the people working against the tide, living and working in the highlands and islands. Not to be fooled by hard weather and a short season, those who were here before were better than we are on a great day. We honour them by staying, any self respecting cowboy would head out for California or at least Glasgow. It’s that time of year for the gales to blow away the summer, the autumn leaves, the Autumn trees, our good weather mates, small pets, and untied guests….I rather like the winter!

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