This January 25th, raise a glass to Scotland's favourite bard and feast with your friends on Scottish fare.
These crunchy crackers are the perfect foil for the rich and flavourful Whisky Cheddar Spread. Or they also make a rich foundation for your favourite blue cheese, served with Honeyed Figs.
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You can let winter winds blow if you have a steaming bowl of this chunky chicken soup to ward off the shivers.
Red meat is one of the best sources of iron. Iron-rich foods are needed to help prevent iron-deficiency anemia, which is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies among Canadian women. Cooking the roast on a bed of sliced onions infuses the gravy with their sweet flavour.
Sweet, crunchy apples perfectly balance strong rutabaga for a delicious golden take on a bread crumb–topped dish.
Scrub potatoes; cut into 2-inch (5 cm) cubes. In large saucepan of boiling salted water, cover and cook potatoes until tender, about 15 minutes. Drain...
Cut squash into 4 wedges; cut each lengthwise into thirds. Place in large bowl.
Peel carrots, parsnips and beets. Cut carrots and parsnips into 1-inch...
This makes a savoury autumn side dish alongside Bavarian-style sausages or roast turkey. It's also hearty enough to be a vegetarian main course accompanied by crusty bread and a salad.
Brought to the New World by Scottish immigrants, shortbread has been lovingly adopted by Canadians – and adapted into dozens of variations. But here's one with an honest-to-goodness flavour that takes it straight back to its roots.
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