We think these Chilli Stir Fried Prawns with XO Fried Rice & Crispy Fried Egg from @rebeccacooks_ would be perfect for a Friday night treat tomorrow, what do you think? #britainsbesthomecooks_ Repost ・・・ If in doubt...whack an egg on it 🥚🥢🦐 . XO sauce is a fantastic spicy seafood sauce which traditionally features dried shrimps/scallops. @olivemagazine have a great cheat’s version of it using prosciutto, shrimp paste, ginger, garlic, soft brown sugar and lots of chilli 🌶 (You can find the recipe on their website) . 🍽: Chilli stirfry prawns, XO fried rice and a crispy fried egg 🍳🍚
A client who we have previously made pieces for came to us with yet another batch of Scottish Gold, which he panned for himself. This time he was looking for a special Birthday gift with a pink sapphire. Shirley hand crafted this piece from the gold provided to us- Scottish Gold is very soft and extremely malleable #scottishgold#pinksapphire#handmadejewellery#scottishjewellery
#tbt to Donald at a day old, all cheeks and cute noises. We’re coming up to his second Easter and It’s made me all nostalgic for the little bundle we had just a year and a half ago. Our bonnie wee lad 💙
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Scotland has six whisky regions with different flavour profiles 🥃 These are Speyside, Highlands, Islands, Islay, Campbeltown, and Lowlands 🗺 Among all, Speyside has the largest number of active distilleries and it is considered as the main whisky region of Scotland 🏴
For the love of Scotland 🏴 “Opposite of Glenfinnan Viaduct, directly at the shore of Loch Shiel you find the Glenfinnan Monument which marks the beginning of a tragic story. The 18m/60ft high monument commemorates the landing of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the beginning of the 1745 Jacobite Rising...the third and last one in the history of Scotland. Prince Charles initially landed from France on Eriskay in the Western Isles. He then travelled to the mainland in a small rowing boat, coming ashore just west of Glenfinnan. On arrival on the Scottish mainland, he was met by a small number of MacDonalds. Stuart waited at Glenfinnan for a number of days as more MacDonalds, Camerons, Macfies and MacDonnells arrived. On 19 August 1745, after Prince Charles judged he had enough military support, he climbed the hill near Glenfinnan and his royal standard was raised. The Young Pretender then announced to all the mustered clans he claimed the Scottish and the English thronesin the name of his father James Stuart ('the Old Pretender'). . Afterwards brandy was distributed to the assembled highlanders to celebrate the occasion. Eight months later, Charles Stuart's claim to the thrones of Scotland and England ended in failure at the Battle of Culloden on the 16 April 1746. Charles Stuart returned to the area after Culloden during his flight to evade the government troops of Prince William, Duke of Cumberland. After being hidden by loyal supporters, he boarded a French frigate on the shores of Loch nan Uamh close to where he had raised his standard the previous year. The Young Pretender died in Rome in 1788 without ever setting foot on Scottish soil again. By 1815, the Jacobite cause was no longer a political threat. Alexander Macdonald of Glenaladale built a memorial tower at Glenfinnan to commemorate the raising of the standard of the Young Pretender. The National Trust for Scotland manages the site and built a visitor centre.