Monday, May 4, 2015

Food Swaps – Eat Clean Without Sacrificing Your Favourite Food

Our power burger range is the ultimate eat clean ‘superfood’ burger, created with fitness enthusiasts and nutrition conscious people in mind. We created the range with the aim of breaking the stigma of the ‘unhealthy’ burger and provide our customers with a food that is both rich in nutrients and high in protein.

Swapping a regular fast food burger, or high fat supermarket burger for one of our Power Burgers is a positive step towards a healthier and cleaner lifestyle… but what else could you be doing on your healthier lifestyle journey? We list some of our favourite food swaps to get you started: 

Monday, March 16, 2015

8 Ways to Eat Black Pudding

One of our favourite products… the mighty black pudding! The meaty flavoured delight sometimes comes with an infamous reputation, but any Scots foodie enthusiast knows that this succulent sausage has quite a few tricks up its sleeve. We share eight of our web favourites right here:

With a traditional breakfast 
Start the day on a full stomach with bacon, eggs, mushrooms, black pudding and pork sausage. Click here for our favourite New Yorker's perspective. 

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Why are sausages called bangers? - A brief history

From the Cumberland, to the Chorizo or the Bratwurst, we have a bit of an obsession with the sausage in the UK. There are hundreds and hundreds of different sausage flavours available in Britain but when did we first start eating them, and why on earth do we call them bangers?

Sausages are much older than even the ancient Greeks. Around 5,000 years ago the Romans used to mix fresh pork with things like cumin seeds, pepper and pine nuts. 

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Shhh.....LEAKED DOCUMENT! Haggis Hunting – An Insiders Guide

Speyside Specialities


Dear Speyside Specialities Employee,

Haggis are particularly illusive creatures who are rarely seen and often misunderstood. Having roamed the remote Scottish Highlands for centuries, they are amongst the world’s oldest animal species. Very skittish, quick and known for their stealth-like qualities, haggis can be very hard to catch. This is why most humans never get to see haggis in their natural habitat.