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Taste of Apple

We are very fortunate here in Scotland that we have such a vast variety of local suppliers that I am able to select fresh and delicious produce from to create our winter dishes. One of our recent additions to the menu is the “Taste of Apple” dessert: this dish reflects the season and the local […]

Posted on: 12 November 2013
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So What are Wine Flights?

Wine flights, also known as tasting flights, are tastings of multiple wines. It’s a quick and enjoyable way for tasters get a feel for a wine’s breadth or depth. For this reason wine flights are ideal for newcomers to wine tasting or seasoned wine tasters who want to increase their understanding of a specific wine […]

Posted on: 24 October 2013
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Oban Landed Brown Crab Salad

Oban landed brown crab is perfect this time of year but many people are put off buying fresh crab uncertain how to prepare it, but just ask your local fishmonger. For the recipe below you only need the white meat so freeze the brown meat for a soup or sauce at a later date. Crab Salad […]

Posted on: 15 February 2012
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Parsnip Ice Cream

Parsnips are at their best at this time of year, February is always a good time for parsnips, and it’s certainly one of our favourites. Parsnips have a history in Britain, we have cultivated the root vegetable for at least two centuries, but at one time parsnips and carrots went by the same name. The […]

Posted on: 03 February 2012
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Knockderry Haggis

“But mark the rustic, Haggis fed, The trembling earth resounds his tread. Clap in his walie nieve a blade, He’ll mak it whissle; An’ legs an’ arms, an’ heads will sned, Like taps o’ thrissle.” – Robert Burns, Address to a Haggis Haggis is a very old Scottish delicacy, traditionally prepared by the wives of […]

Posted on: 25 January 2012
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