Caprese salad (Italian: Insalata Caprese) is a simple Italian salad made of freshly sliced mozzarella, tomatoes and green basil, lightly seasoned with sea salt and olive oil.
A Waldorf salad is made of fresh apples, celery and walnuts, dressed in mayonnaise, and usually served on a bed of fresh crisp lettuce.
Watercress Soup is a classic elegant soup that not only tastes delicious, it's incredibly easy to make, the peppery taste fresh of watercress adds a unique flavour to this nutritious soup.
Dundee Cake is a rich, fruity cake topped with almonds that became popular at the end of the 19th century.
Scottish Black Bun is a traditional Scots New Year Cake, widely eaten throughout the country.
Leek and Potato soup is a classic creamy vegetable soup that's busting with flavour, when served hot with crusty bread and butter it will satisfy even the biggest appetite.
Potato scones are very popular served with breakfast, the basic ingredients used in the preparation of Potato or "Tattie Scones" means they are suitable for vegetarians .
Scotch pancakes or drop Scones as they are sometimes known are delicious served hot from the girdle, these mouthwatering treats are a particular favorite of mine as my Mother made them regularly.
Toffee Apples are always great treat in Scotland when the carnival comes to town
Abernethy biscuits are thought to be named after Dr John Abernethy, who in turn was probably named after the Fife town.
Scottish Macaroon bars have be a firm favourite with Scottish Children for generations
Scottish Tablet, is a very delicious crumbly butter fudge, with a real home made taste from Scotland
Clootie dumpling brought into the 21st century is no longer hours on end cooking, but just ten minutes in microwave! Author: Margaret Scott Stewart
Shortbread is traditionally pressed into an embossed mould and released to reveal an attractive design on the top before baking. Although the word "shortbread" is derived from shortening, and may have been made as early as the 12th Century, it is during the 16th Century that Mary, Queen of Scots favoured the familiar Petticoat Tails which have become famous the world over.
Wonderful chocolate layer cake which is soaked in Kirsch liqueur, with cherry filling.
Queen Mary's Tart is a firm favourite in the Borders region, believed to have been introduce to Scotland by the Mother of Mary Queen of Scots.
And God said, "See, I have given you every herb that yields seed which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree whose fruit yields seed; to you it shall be for food." Genesis 1:29.