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Katrina Patrick

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Community

Tasty Father’s Day Macaroon Recipe

Gary Maclean, The National Chef of Scotland and MasterChef champion, whips up a tasty treat for Father’s Day   This Father’s Day, I’m sharing this macaroon recipe and thinking about […]

Outdoor Scotland

Put Steps Into Your Spring

Spring has only just arrived, and it’s already causing mischief   Bursts of sunshine and a surprising warmth sees Scots across the country jumping for joy, and straight out of […]

Culture

Speaking Scots | Sneck The Door

SOME Scots words can have more than one meaning or may be applied to different things…   One such word is a ‘sneck’ usually given to a door-latch or small […]

Outdoor Scotland

Rewilding Scotland – Results

Should an apex predator be reintroduced to Scotland? The topic of “rewilding” is a subject of much debate in this country – especially on the matter of reintroduction of long-lost […]

Burns

Q-Aye – Burns Edition Part 2

Mair facts about the Bard himself and his influence around the world…   6. Burns body was exhumed in 1815 to be placed in a new mausoleum in Dumfries. Whilst […]

Burns

Q-Aye – Burns Edition Part 1

Burns Night is on January 25 so here are a few little-known facts about the bard and his influence around the world, to get ye in the mood for a dram or two

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