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Liverpool, England

We dock… and it’s cold, it’s rainy and it’s GLOOMY!

“It’s Dreadful!”

Oh dear!

Not to worry…

I’ve come prepared!



       Hood on raincoat… 321 more words


Scotch Eggs

Growing up I always saw scotch eggs as primarly a party food, something that all the grown ups ate. How the tables have turned, now I’m the grown up and I love scotch eggs and they are not just a boring party food. 393 more words


Scotch Eggs

Hello!! from my mama’s kitchen to your kitchen….

We are making Scotch eggs today…… yay!!!

Scotch eggs are a common picnic food. Several local variations exist in different parts of the world. 570 more words

The Clucking Pig

The Clucking Pig bring their hand crafted scotch eggs to the launch of Orange Pip Market on May 28. They’re made using the finest free range ingredients sourced from a selection of local suppliers.


John’s Scotch Eggs

Although they sound Scottish, Scotch eggs are really a centuries old traditional English dish. The origins probably go back to the Indian or North African cuisine, which explains why there is so much variety in the way people spice up their Scotch Eggs. 242 more words


Syn free scotch eggs

Hey, I hope everyone has had a good bank holiday weekend and made good use of the extra day! I spent a great few days chilling at the parents. 268 more words

Baked Scotch Eggs

Scotch eggs are a delicious British classic – hard boiled eggs wrapped in sausage, coated in bread crumbs, and deep fried or baked. Although no one knows for sure, its most commonly believed that the luxury food store, Fortnum & Mason, was responsible for the creation of the Scotch egg in the 1700s for on-the-go customers who needed a quick and easy handheld meal. 347 more words