Roast loin of pork with black pudding stuffing and cider gravy - Pork and apple is a classic combination, but the addition of black pudding will really take your Sunday roast up a notch.

Roast loin of pork with black pudding stuffing and cider gravy

Roast loin of pork with black pudding stuffing and cider gravy - Pork and apple is a classic combination, but the addition of black pudding will really take your Sunday roast up a notch.

Stornoway Black Pudding and Scallops

Stornoway Black Pudding and Scallops

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Stornoway black pudding bon bons, Angus asparagus and Gloucester Old Spot pancetta

Christmas 2009: Roast shredded duck with Stornoway black pudding

Christmas 2009 recipes: Roast shredded duck with Stornoway black pudding

Christmas 2009: Roast shredded duck with Stornoway black pudding

Home | Stornoway Black Pudding by MacLeod and MacLeod - Mail Order

Home | Stornoway Black Pudding by MacLeod and MacLeod - Mail Order

Stornoway black pudding is now protected under the Geographical Indication status. The PGI status is widely recognised as a sign of true provenance and has undoubtedly helped increase valuable export sales, while enhancing Scotland’s reputation for having some of the best produce in the world.

Stornoway black pudding is now protected under the Geographical Indication status. The PGI status is widely recognised as a sign of true provenance and has undoubtedly helped increase valuable export sales, while enhancing Scotland’s reputation for having some of the best produce in the world.

▶ Scottish Recipe: Smoked Haddock with Stornoway Black Pudding - YouTube

▶ Scottish Recipe: Smoked Haddock with Stornoway Black Pudding - YouTube

Charles MacLeod - Stornoway Black Pudding

Charles MacLeod - Stornoway Black Pudding

Slices of Stornoway Black Pudding and cooked scallops with garlic butter. Loch Fyne Restaurant & Oyster Bar.  http://www.visitscotland.com/info/food-drink/loch-fyne-oyster-bar-p312911

Slices of Stornoway Black Pudding and cooked scallops with garlic butter. Loch Fyne Restaurant & Oyster Bar. http://www.visitscotland.com/info/food-drink/loch-fyne-oyster-bar-p312911

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