Day 24: Dundee Marmalade
Legend has it a Spanish ship with a lot of Seville oranges in the hold had to take refuge in Dundee harbour during the winter of 1700, and an enterprising Scot - James Keiller - bought the cargo. When the oranges proved too bitter to sell, his equally enterprising wife Mrs Keiller made marmalade of them.Source: crumbsandpetals.com
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Day 20 of the 30 Days of Scottish Food series falls on Easter Sunday, and like all good Scotswomen with an impending Bank Holiday Monday, I’m going to write about lager: namely Tennent’s and McEwan’s.