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How to Make a Traditional Scottish Fish Soup How to Make a Traditional Scottish Fish Soup
This tasty Scottish soup is full of the wonderful flavor of smoked haddock. In this short tutorial chef Ian Sim shows you the simple steps to preparing a warming cullen skink in the comfort of you own home.
2:27
By: Scoff
How to Make Scottish Scones How to Make Scottish Scones
Scones can make a delicious breakfast when eaten with a cup of coffee or tea. Or they can be a tasty snack any time of the day.
1:54
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Scottish Mashed Potatoes with Cabbage How to Make Scottish Mashed Potatoes with Cabbage
Chef Ian Sim shows you how to make traditional Scottish colcannon potato mash with cabbage.
2:07
By: Scoff
Scottish Pear Cocktail Recipe Scottish Pear Cocktail Recipe
Beginning in August, pears come in to season. The Scottish Pear Cocktail, one of Charlotte's favorite creations, is the perfect cocktail to celebrate the appearance of such a diverse and delectable fruit. Of note is Charlotte's use of two base spirits in this cocktail which builds a unique and robust platform for the remaining ingredients and enables each spirit to shine through while complimenting the other.
3:28
By: Small Screen
How to Cook Haggis In The Oven How to Cook Haggis In The Oven
In this easy to follow tutorial, chef Ian Sim shows you how to cook traditional Scottish haggis in the oven.
1:39
By: Scoff
How to Prepare Deep Fried Mars Bar How to Prepare Deep Fried Mars Bar
Here's one that many people never get to try, and we're going to show you how to do it for yourself. One of the coolest tips that we've done yet - deep frying a mars bar. This is one that's going to really impress your friends!
4:58
By: FoodMob
How to Make Providence Scottish Salmon How to Make Providence Scottish Salmon
Chef Alejandro Diaz demonstrates how to make this salmon dish.
3:38
By: WDAF
How to Make Grilled Pigeon with Chef Craig Hopson How to Make Grilled Pigeon with Chef Craig Hopson
When in doubt, pound it out! Watch Chef Craig Hopson take a meat mallet to a pomegranate, where red seeds collect like rubies. A dish as colorful and decadent as Chef Hopson's menu, this D'Artagnan pigeon, pomegranate emulsion and pistachio aioli is perfect for holiday celebrations. For more tips, tricks and techniques, check out BehindtheBurner.com!
4:47
By: Behind The Burner
How to Make Cullen Skink Soup with Theo Randall How to Make Cullen Skink Soup with Theo Randall
Chef Theo Randall shows you how to make a delicious winter soup of Cullen Skink, a Scottish haddock soup.
7:35
By: HuffPost UK STUDIO
The Smoked Webb Cocktail at The Adamson in Saint Andrews The Smoked Webb Cocktail at The Adamson in Saint Andrews
Cailean McGregor mixes up The Smoked Webb at The Adamson Bar in Saint Andrews, Scotland.
1:43
By: Conde Nast Traveler

Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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