Fresh southwesterly winds veering westerly later. Maximum temperature 9 °C.
“Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face,
Great chieftain o the puddin’-race!”
F Marian McNeill who grew up in Holm Orkney included Clapshot in her book; The Scots Kitchen which was first published in 1929.
As we are coming up for Burns Night, today’s video is for Clapshot, a traditional Scottish dish which accompanies dishes like Haggis and Mince
To go alone with this weeks, Haggis and Clapshot recipe, here is the Address To The Haggis.
Scotland’s most elusive creature, the Haggis, has been seen in various parts of Kirkwall over recent days.
Whilst staying in Stromness Richard Wallace from Canada attended a Burns Supper.
This week all over the world people shall celebrate Burns’s birthday by eating Haggis, here is Burns’s tribute.
Ever wanted to make your own haggis or just interested in what goes into one?
Haggis Patties, a great leftovers meal or super easy to make from scratch.