Scotsmans advice needed

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  1. Nutsy

    Nutsy <font color=green>Only drinks Cappuccino<br><font

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    My DS 15 has a home economics assignment to do on an International Cultural Cuisine & he has tentativley decided on Scotland.

    He ned to know....

    How people select, prepare, cook & consume food
    Clothing
    Shelter
    Special events......eg. births, marriages, deaths, birthdays, anniversaries, special ceremonies


    Availability of food & other resources
    Cultural beliefs, ideas & traditions
    Financial restraints (economy)
    Technological infulences
    Religion
    Any other aspect relevant to the country or culture


    He also need to choose a dish to prepare that is suitable for buffet service.

    Any help anyone can give us would be much appreciated.

    Oh he is not allowed to cook Haggis!!:)
     
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  3. Minniespal

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    Does it have to be a Scotsman ~ Can it be a scotswoman?
     
  4. Nutsy

    Nutsy <font color=green>Only drinks Cappuccino<br><font

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    Scotsman, Scotswoman.............................I'm easy..............just so long as either/or can help with the info;)
     
  5. Minniespal

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    I will have a think on the info and pm you.
     
  6. Shugmac

    Shugmac Earning My Ears

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    Another Scots Lass here i have a little on Scotland with doing my family tree if its any help, i also have Scottish recipies Forfar Bridies are quite easy to make i also have the recipe for haggis if you want to have it written down let me know if i can help, and all our family still get a clootie dumpling with money in it for our birthdays.
     
  7. ThumperThistle

    ThumperThistle Flower of Scotland

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    I've sent you a PM.
     
  8. Tartan Tigger

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    I'm sure I can help with this, I'll get back to you at the weekend when I have more time and my sleep pattern has returned to normal. :D
     
  9. Nutsy

    Nutsy <font color=green>Only drinks Cappuccino<br><font

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    Anyone with any info at all......no matter how little can e-mail me at tiamaria@bigpond.net.au

    thanks ever so much in advance
    ;)
     
  10. #1MMFan

    #1MMFan Space Mountain Maniac

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    Will have a think and see if I can help. What about something sweet to eat like tablet? Is that Scottish?

    :confused:

    Ok, it is Scottish.. have just found this link. Tablet always went down really well when I took my mum's into school years ago.

    http://www3.sympatico.ca/scruss/tablet.html

    John
     
  11. Nutsy

    Nutsy <font color=green>Only drinks Cappuccino<br><font

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    Does anybody else have any info?? No matter how big or small, every bit of info is helpful:D
     

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