Photos and other images by

who reserves all applicable rights

Home > Scotland > Hogmanay 2009

Last additions - Hogmanay 2009
IMGP2820.png
Cullen Skink (with garlic bread)276 viewsNear the end of my visit with Scott, in Dun Eideann, I was a wee bit peckish and we decided to have a slice of pizza at Mamma's American Pizza Company. Well, when I looked at the menu and saw "Cullen Skink" my heart leapt for joy. Cullen skink is a version of skink (stew) that was developed in Cullen, and uses finnan haddie (smoked haddock) rather than beef. I knew of it from an episode of Monarch of the Glen, and wanted to try it. Scott was game as well and we pronounced it delicious. Since then mo bhean (my wife) Jacqueline has made it at home. There's another story to go along with the experience; send an email to me if you are interested; be sure to ask about cullen skink, train depot.May 04, 2013
IMGP2815.png
261 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2804.png
269 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2769.png
270 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2797b.png
293 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2790.png
276 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2779.png
Scott Miller "in close"285 viewsA "close" is like a covered alley. Many exist in Dun Eideann (Edinburgh), and I saw at least one in Dumfries. Perhaps the most famous is Mary King's Close, in Dun Eideann (Edinburgh); http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_King's_CloseMay 04, 2013
IMGP2767.png
273 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2756.png
276 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2757.png
213 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2758.png
212 viewsMay 04, 2013
IMGP2753.png
218 viewsMay 04, 2013
86 files on 8 page(s) 6