The recipe that started it all! The pigeon has been replaced with easier-to-find chicken thighs and the truffles with less-expensive, umami-rich dried mushrooms.
Forfar Bridies are said to have first been made by Maggie Bridie, a traveling food seller who sold her hot, savory pies at the Buttermarket in Forfar, Forfarshire (now County Angus).
This luscious smoked-fish soup is named for its hometown of Cullen in northeastern Scotland, on the shores of the Moray Firth.
A saddle of mutton or lamb is a cut not often seen these days, except by preorder from a specialty butcher. It is a boneless roast rolled from the animal’s two loins, the tender muscles located on either side of the spine, nestled protectively under the ribs.
Tender, southern-style buttermilk biscuits ready in a flash; no kneading or rolling required.
Creamy, rich, and sweet, pudding is the perfect dessert for sharing. Nothing says love like ending a meal with one dish and two spoons, except maybe sharing the spoon too.