Scotland's guilty pleasure is a deep-fried snack. The Scots love to deep fry various things, such as haggis, sausages, pizza and even Mars Bars! I must admit I have never tried the deep fried Mars Bar, but I have heard it is surprisingly quite delicious!
One thing is for sure, the Scots are experts when it comes to fish and chips, which are usually sold from a
There are many wonderful places to go walking in Edinburgh, but I must admit my favourite is the ‘Holyrood Park’ area, with the beautiful Arthurs Seat & Salisbury Crags to choose from.
It has been claimed that ‘a man in a kilt is a man and a half’. Some say a true Scotsman is a man who wears a kilt, and believe wearing one symbolises stature, power and even romance.
There are two kinds of kilt one can wear, the ‘modern’ and the ‘traditional’
We thought we’d take a break this week from our “Who Are We Scots?” series (you can catch up on that here) to have a look at the spookiest of all holidays – Hallowe’en.
Many scholars believe Hallowe’en, or All Hallows Eve, originates from the ancient
Irn-Bru is famously known as Scotland’s other national drink (after whisky) and can be recognised by its fluorescent, even radioactive orange colour. It is a true favourite of the Scots, and it is somewhat iconic of Scotland. In fact, Irn-Bru has recently been put into the ‘Urban Dictionary’ being defined as “Nectar of the gods, made in Scotland”.
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