St Andrew's Day, 30th November.
Happy St. Andrew's Day to our team north of the border.
Did you know that St Andrew isn't just the patron Saint of Scotland?
Romania, Greece, Russia, Ukraine and Poland have also chosen St. Adrew to be there special protectors.
If feeling in the mood, celebrate by cooking Traditional Scottish Cullen Skink for the family this evening
Scottish Cullen Skink
Cullen skink, one of Scotland's most famous dishes, is a hearty soup that is traditionally made with smoked haddock. The name of this soup comes from Cullen, a small town in the northeast of Scotland.
Skink is the Scottish term for a knuckle, shin, or hough of beef, so most soups made of these parts were called skink.
When people in northern Scotland were unable to find scraps of beef due to economic strains but had plenty of fish to cook with, and smoked haddock was found everywhere, meat stews transformed into fish-based soups, but the name skink stuck
This Cullen skink recipe is also known as smoked haddock chowder in other parts of Britain, and both dishes are very similar. This recipe is also a gluten-free dish as the only thickener used is potatoes.
Click the link below to veiw a simple receipe to follow: