November 29th, 2018   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
0 Comments   |  
Categories: Chefs' Blog

Today is St Andrew’s Day, the celebration of Scotland’s patron saint. It’s a bank holiday in Scotland (why don’t we get one for St George’s Day?) and the fact it falls on a Friday this year must be manna from heaven for our friends north of the border, not that they need an excuse for […]

January 19th, 2018   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
0 Comments   |  
Categories: Chefs' Blog

Next Thursday, Scotland will celebrate Burns Night and a large proportion of the population will sit down to a Burns Night supper to celebrate the birth of the country’s favourite poet, Robert (Rabbie) Burns. Given our propensity to piggyback on other country’s celebrations (I give you St Patrick’s Day as the perfect example) no doubt […]

January 25th, 2016   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
0 Comments   |  
Categories: Chefs' Blog

It’s Burns Night so hands up, who likes haggis? Haggis is a traditional Scottish sausage made from a sheep’s stomach stuffed with diced sheep’s liver, lungs and heart, oatmeal, onion, suet and seasoning. It’s one of those dishes that doesn’t sound the most appetising (stomach, liver and heart!) but trust us, it delicious! We for one […]

November 30th, 2015   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
0 Comments   |  
Categories: SK Foods News

It’s St Andrew’s Day but we are celebrating it throughout the week. St Andrew is the official patron saint of Scotland having been first recognised as such in 1320, but he is also the patron saint of Greece, Russia, Romania and Barbados.