Monday, 28 November 2016

A Dozen Scottish Recipes for St Andrew's Day


As Scotland's Patron Saint, poor old St Andrew doesn't always seem to get the attention he deserves. Celebrated on 30th November, St Andrew's Day is often overshadowed by the Burns Night celebrations of 25th January. However in recent years, particularly since 2006 when the Scottish Parliament designated St Andrew's Day as an official bank holiday, there has been somewhat of a resurgence in celebrations surrounding the date. In honour of the event I'm staring a dozen of my recipes with a particularly Scottish slant. I've been working with Lidl in the run up to Christmas developing a series of five recipes to feature on their in store weekly offers leaflets in all of their Scottish stores. If you're not in Scotland or haven't been able to pick up a leaflet I've shared links to the first three of my recipes which are now available on the Lidl website.















Disclosure : Steak Pie, Haggis Cottage Pie and Scotch Beef Stew commissioned by Lidl Scotland. 
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2 comments :

  1. Love the Irn Bru Ham, my mum is from Port Glasgow and it's her birthday in November, I must try some of these for her x

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  2. I still absolutely love those shortbread kilts - such a clever idea. The Irn Bru pulled pork sounds amazing too!

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