Pasture-fed ruminants, whether grazing grass or hefted on moors, bring many benefits and the marbling present is a healthy nourishing fat giving marvellous flavours to the meat. Such animals could not be more different from grain fed beasts on densely populated feedlots. Industrialised farming methods are linked with lower welfare standards, felling of rain forests for grain production and GM soy feed. Scottish pasture-fed cattle could not be more different.
A traditional Scottish soup made from Finnan Haddie, bone-in cold smoked haddock.
Traditional Scottish Potato Scones Traditional Scottish Potato Scones Print Recipe Servings 1 batch Servings 1 batch Traditional Scottish Potato Scones Print Recipe Servings 1 batch Servings 1 batch Ingredients 225 g cold cooked seasoned mashed potatoes – ideally a floury variety 25 g butter/rapeseed oil 50 g plain flour Half a level tsp baking powder […]
Such a tasty breakfast treat – can be veggy with a buttered mushroom or grilled tomato topping rather than bacon.
A delicious Swedish bread using Slow Food Ark of Taste ingredients