Tag Archive: scotland

Bibi’s Cafe: best brunch in St Andrews

5 Ellice Place, KY16 9HU I am aware that ‘best brunch’ is one of the most controversial statements a foodie can make. I’ve done it before with Nordisk Brodhus in Copenhagen, which does… Continue reading

A very special cranacake (for Burns Night)

It’s a little complicated. It’s a little tedious. We had a cream whipper, which made things a lot easier. But it is worth every second of preparation! We made the cake batter, raspberry… Continue reading

Haggis (for Burns Night)

This post is just about the haggis. For more instructions on how to host a Burns Night, click here. Step 1: Go to a butcher and buy a fresh haggis. Smuggle it from… Continue reading

The Doll’s House, St Andrews

St Andrews, a wee picturesque town on the East Fife Coast in Scotland, is my favourite place in the world. I was lucky enough to study there for 4 years, and it is… Continue reading

Tattie soup with bits o’ bacon

I have never made or eaten potato soup before. But when I found myself with lots of leftover potatoes (why do they always sell them in such big bags??), the thought suddenly popped… Continue reading

Whisky cream sauce with a hint of mustard (for Burns Night)

To see the full menu for Burns Night, click here. It’s very difficult for me to tell you what quantities to use for this one, as we just threw it all in the… Continue reading

Mummy G’s Apple Cake

I don’t often make desserts (as you can tell by the size of the dessert section on this blog!), but I do enjoy eating them. Mostly, I rely on my good friend The… Continue reading

Cullen Skink (Scottish fish soup)

Having spent four years at university in Scotland, I have made it a point to shun the greasy, unhealthy Scottish cuisine. But there is one dish I have fallen in love with (and… Continue reading

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