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Mon 1st January 2018
Here comes January! It brings a new start and also a slightly battered bank balance. We all have the best of intentions at the beginning of the year: we want to get fit, we want to eat healthier, and we want to save more. Well, we can help you with at least two of these resolutions - eating healthier and on a budget too (you may be able to put a little more away each week/month). Plus, eating seafood at least twice a week can give you some fab health benefits!
Thu 21st December 2017
This time of year is full of parties - you’re either throwing them or going to them. December just feels like a whirlwind of food, fun and laughter.
Fri 1st December 2017
Christmas is nearly here! You’ve got the present list written, the Christmas cards are about to be posted, you can’t wait until the decorations are all up, and there’s only one more thing left to do… Figure out what to have for Christmas dinner! Why stick to the same old, same old? Go for something different this year. Not sure where to start? We’ve got some fin-tastic ideas of what you could surprise your guests with!
Fri 1st December 2017
Bish, bosh, it’s a new month and this December we present lemon sole! Ta-dah!
Did you know that ‘lemons’ have an oval body? More rounded than a Dover sole. It has a lighter, yellowy-brown dark side too. Lemon sole works particularly well with creamy white wine sauces.
Wed 22nd November 2017
Thursday the 30th November is St Andrew’s Day, the day we celebrate the Patron Saint of Scotland. Did you know that he was allegedly a fisherman? What a great link to some glorious Scottish seafood recipes! (What do you think of our Saltire flag, made up of Scottish rope grown mussels?)
Tue 21st November 2017
Traditionally our American cousins celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November by having roast turkey as their main meal, with all the trimmings. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, sometimes even cheese grits and corn pudding.