Wednesday, 14 May 2014

A night to enjoy and celebrate our Scottish heritage

Following our final day of research at ScotlandsPeople Centre, we enjoyed dinner and a night of cabaret style Scottish entertainment at The Taste of Scotland Show at the historic Prestonfield stables. 

Dinner started with a choice of Venison pate or cream of clapshot soup followed by a main of roast beef or salmon in moray sauce. Dessert was a lemon mousse served with meringue. 

Following dinner we were treated to highland dancing, rousing songs and spectacular scenery as a backdrop. 


 

Just before intermission the haggis was piped in, addresses and toasted. During intermission, we were given a sample of haggis, tatties and neeps. 

The Taste of Scotland Show is always a wonderful way to wrap up our research trip. Sadly, it also signals the end of our time together in Edinburgh.




 

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