Andrew Fairlie celebrates St Andrew’s with Scottish Lamb

By | Nov 26, 2010

Scotch Lamb for St Andrews DayTwo-Michelin star chef Andrew Fairlie has launched a special St Andrew’s Day family menu to celebrate Scotland’s national day.

A real champion for Scottish produce, Andrew’s menu aims to encourage the whole nation to cook up a feast on 30 November with the best local and seasonal ingredients, using Scotch Lamb as the centrepiece.

Scots are encouraged to celebrate St Andrew’s Day with a three-course meal including the warming winter fish soup Cullen Skink, a succulent Roast Shoulder of Lamb with potatoes and onions followed by a spiced winter fruit served with creamed vanilla rice pudding.

St Andrew’s Day is the feast day of Saint Andrew celebrated in Scotland on 30th November. Saint Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, and St. Andrew’s Day is Scotland’s official national day. In 2006, St Andrew’s Day was designated as an official bank holiday by the Scottish Parliament.

Rated amongst the best in the world, Scotch Lamb is currently at its peak of seasonality. Easy to cook at home, Andrew Fairlie’s menu is the perfect way to enjoy Scotch Lamb and all that’s great about Scotland on St Andrew’s Day.

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