|A Culinary Journey through Scotland|
Desserts and sweets
An enduring Scottish tradition is high tea, which in times past was the working man's evening meal. It includes a hot dish and a variety of scones or cakes, accompanied by many cups of hot tea, and is usually served between 5 and 6:30 p.m.
Fish and chips
Other traditional dishes
Scotland is renowned worldwide for many fine products. Scottish salmon, fresh or smoked, is considered second to none. Scottish Aberdeen Angus beef is prized by connoisseurs, as is Scottish lamb. Grouse and game have always been celebrated products, particularly in the Highlands and on country estates. And of course no discussion of Scotland would be complete without a mention of its famous whisky, produced according to strict regulations in hundreds of distilleries across Scotland.
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