Clootie


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Clootie

Scottish appellation for the devil. [Scot. Folklore: Leach, 353]
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I have never tried haggis and I don't even know what a clootie dumpling is, but I am sure Michelle will guide me through it.
Coles Traditional Foods Ltd, tel: 0179 953 1053, have announced that their newly launched Clootie Dumpling has been shortlisted in the 2000 Dried Fruit New Products Awards.
They tried clootie dumpling and haggis at Scots restaurant Arisaig and raved about Irn-Bru.
My latest adventures through Aberdeenshire introduced me to a singing, kilted historian and Prince Charles's clootie dumpling maker.
She treats it with the respect it deserves, serving old Scottish dishes like clootie dumpling - fruit pudding to you lot.
This new Burns Supper Pack can also be accompanied by Stahly Quality Foods Cullen Skink Soup and Clootie Dumpling.
PERHAPS your granny has a favourite recipe for clootie dumpling or you make marvellous mince and tatties.
The Clootie Well, near Inverness This spooky place has hundreds of rags hanging on trees around an ancient well.
You can expect to see Cock-a-leekie soup, Scotch broth or cullen skink (haddock soup), bannocks (oatcakes), haggis, neeps (swede) and tatties (mashed potatoes), cranachan or clootie dumplings (suet pudding), trifle and cheese, all helped on their way with copious amounts of whisky.
But Jill has now turned her attention to the clootie dumpling after wininng a top award and pounds 10,000.
There was also a recipe for clootie dumplings from Auntie Vicki and fruit loaf and pancakes from Alex's Granny Christie, which included a picture of him as a little boy.
Now Margaret Cant's famous clootie dumpling is being served up in one of Scotland's swankiest cafes - and orders for the classic suet pudding are flooding in.