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Empire Biscuits from London Eats

Scottish Food: Empire Biscuits

Macaroni pies, because I feel the need to share them :P

Scottish Macaroni pie, my favorite food as a child. It's not weird, it's a Scottish thing ha.

A big bowl of warming Scotch Broth Soup

How to make Scotch Broth like a Scot! A thick and warming soup made with vegetables, grains and pulses A lovely starter for a winter wedding feast!

Scottish snowballs. Need to try these alongside a traditional recipe to see which is the best.

How to make a snowball in July . Scottish Snowball Cakesfrom The English Kitchen

Scottish Neeps and Tatties!  (turnips and potatoes) traditionally goes with Haggis but great as any side! Love the name!

Neeps & tatties

Scottish Neeps and Tatties! (turnips or rutabagas and potatoes) traditionally goes with Haggis (will pass on eating Haggis, thank you) Love the name "Neeps and Tatties!

Scottish Rumbledethumps - simple dish of potatoes, cabbage and onion. It is either served as an accompaniment to a main dish or as a main dish itself.  An alternative from Aberdeenshire is called kailkenny.  To me this is also a lot like Cottage Pie, only with meat and veggies added -  Rumbledethumps – a simple Scottish dish! - See more at: http://www.europescalling.com/Drupal/node/310#sthash.lj9yNose.tWZZ6ZVE.dpuf

Scottish Rumbledethumps - simple dish of potatoes, cabbage and onion. It is either served as an accompaniment to a main dish or as a main dish itself. An alternative from Aberdeenshire is called kailkenny. - Rumbledethumps – a simple Scottish dish!

Dimly lit, the Last Drop Tavern in Edinburgh is usually packed to the brim with students, locals and tourists alike, which is somewhat surprising considering that a ghost is rumored to haunt its cellar. Legend says that the pub was named the Last Drop because this was where those condemned to die by hanging would have their last drink!

Dimly lit, the Last Drop Tavern in Edinburgh is usually packed to the brim with students, locals and tourists alike. Legend says that the pub was named the Last Drop because this was where those condemned to die by hanging would have their last drink!

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