Soups Of Scotland

Scotland, a country of many facets, harsh winters, mild summers, good hunting, better fishing and centuries of crofting tradition has contributed much to the British diet.

Following the over-indulgences of the past two weeks I reproduce here a couple of simple, wholesome soup recipes to provide a more simple repast.

Rich in vegetables and cereals they both convey a feeling of warm, homely substance.

Both of the above recipes are from the volume of Scottish recipes from the early seventies and, served with freshly baked bread, would constitute a more than adequate lunch or tea.

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