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Mrs Bridges Fig Preserve is a classic! Whether you pair it with a fig, orange, and gorgonzola salad or enjoy with soft cheese, this traditionally sweet preserve is perfect for springtime!   Fig Preserve Balsamic Vinaigrette Prep Time: 5 Minutes 1/3 cup avocado oil - can also use olive oil 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons Mrs Bridges Fig Preserve Salt & Pepper to Taste In a blender, add oil, balsamic vinegar, fig jam, and salt and pepper until combined and creamy (emulsified).  

Celebrate Tartan Day In April

Posted By James Wilson in Recipes & News on Feb 16, 2022

Tartan Day NYC 2017   Ways to celebrate Tartan Day 2022 Feeling a bit “crabbit”, or grouchy over COVID stamping out another year of Tartan Week? You’re not alone. More than 20 million Americans lay claim as descendants of Scotland. Along with lovers of Scotland, this interest correlates into massive attendance at Tartan Day events.  Since the establishing of National Tartan Day on April 6 through Congressional passage in 1997, Tartan Day celebrations have grown across the United States. The growing number of celebrations has blossomed over the years across the country. One of the largest celebrations is that of...

Burns night at hame

Posted By James Wilson in Recipes & News on Jan 20, 2022

Content provided by from Hamlyns Oatmeal - Every year on the 25th of January, Scots all around the world celebrate the life and works of the great Robert Burns by hosting Burns suppers in schools, clubs and with groups of friends. With the country in lockdown, and most celebrations happening home, this year’s Burns suppers will be very different, so we’ve put together a few ideas for how you can celebrate Burns’ birthday safely at home, with your own scaled-down Burns supper to celebrate the great man’s life and works.   To get started  A Burns supper has to pack a...

Haggis Sauce Recipe

Posted By James Wilson in Recipes & News on Jan 06, 2022

  Haggis Sauce Recipe 1. Melt approximately half a cup of Mrs Bridges Redcurrant jelly with 2 tablespoons of water in a small saucepan 2. Add 4 tablespoons of Scotch blend whisky or a single malt and blend in with the jelly 3. Let each person pour over their own haggis

Traditional Finnan Haddie Recipes

Posted By James Wilson in Recipes & News on Jan 05, 2022

Finnan Haddie is a versatile seafood with a distinct and unique flavor...   Finnan Haddie carries a remarkable and enchanting flavor that is quite distinct from all other smoked seafoods. How can it be so good?  The genius and simplicity of a great food is the only answer!!  The combination of exceptional haddock that is lightly salted to perfection, and smoked delicately over real wood, gives a distinct and wonderful flavor that cannot be equaled. Finnan Haddie can be made into many dishes that are amazingly distinctive visually and can have many varied textures. It is so very versatile and...

Christmas Casserole...enough said! This is so absolutely yummy. Perfect for a chilly Christmas time evening! 

Beery Bread with Hamlyns Porridge Oats & Bran

Posted By James Wilson in Recipes & News on Aug 14, 2021

Ingredients 4 Cups of all purpose flour 1 Cup Hamlyn's Scottish Porridge Oats & Bran 1.5 tbsp (15g) bicarbonate of soda 3.5oz blanched Hazelnuts 2 teaspoons of honey or brown sugar 7-8 fl oz strong beer or stout 6.7 fl oz milk 5 tsp lemon juice Method Preheat oven to 180F Mix the flour, porridge oats and bicarbonate of soda together to combine thoroughly. Add the honey or brown sugar and a good pinch of salt and mix again. Pour in your beer, milk or lemon juice and combine to form a nice dough. Put the dough into a lined loaf...

Cut loose and relax over a plate of Haggis NACHOS!

Posted By Becki Slocum in Recipes & News on Jul 20, 2021

If you simply can not wait for Burn's night to get your hands on the most scrumptious food ever to be put into a can then give this recipe a try. It's easy, simple and a true crowd pleasing dish! These nachos are an ideal and quick meal for a hungry and lively crowd.  Ingredients:  Caledonian Kitchen Haggis (Sirloin or Highland) 1 cup grated cheddar or mozzarella cheese 1/2- 1 cup guacamole salsa sour cream to taste  Jalapeño peppers and black olives  (optional) Fresh chilies, finely sliced (optional)  Bag of tortilla chips Credit:

No-bake three layered vegan summer fruit cheesecake

Posted By James Wilson in Recipes & News on Jun 22, 2021

This no-bake three layered summer fruit cheesecake is really irresistible. The crunchy base is made from oats, hazelnuts, dates and coconut oil, topped with a creamy cashew, lemon and coconut layer, and finished off with a fruit layer, topped with summer fruits. Takes about 15 minutes to make, plus freezing and tastes amazing.  Ingredients 11oz Cashews 3.5oz Hamlyn's Scottish Porridge Oats 7oz Soft Dates 3.5oz blanched Hazelnuts 2 tablespoons of coconut Oil 1 can coconut milk - skim off the thick top and add some of the more liquid milk to make up to 6 Ounces 2 tablespoons maple syrup...

Summer is here and what better way to stay hydrated with these refreshing iced blends using Brodies Breakfast Loose Leaf Tea.