Category Archives: Traditions

Pitcaithly  Biscuits

This biscuit recipe is based on an old bannock recipe that I have.  There’s a lot of nonsense out there written about bannock on food blogs and we all know how I love to set things straight.  First off, bannock describes the shape of the bake.  It is a round, flat loaf.  So it can be savory or sweet. It can be baked in a skillet, or in the oven.   The only requirement is that it is baked into a flat circle and cut into wedges when served.  So it’s really just a word the Scots use for scone or shortbreads.

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So when I was thinking about what I wanted to do with my blog most of the summer, I was just thinking of scrapping it.  I think I am kind of boring. Because of my upbringing, I guess I tend to think that my lifestyle is a lot more “normal” than it really is.  But other people assure me that we are not boring and said it would be a shame if I gave it up all together.

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