Bridie

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Bridie

James, real name Osborne Henry Mavor. 1888--1951, Scottish physician and dramatist, who founded the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. His plays include The Anatomist (1930)
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Bakers are campaigning for Forfar bridies to be given the same protected status as champagne.
Forfar bridies, however, are a rather tasty concoction, much like a pastie ( and the Ox's pies are by Findlay's of Musselburgh.
He said: "I am planning a celebration in California, and on the menu is Arbroath smokies, Forfar bridies, Scotch pies, fish and chips and potted haugh.
But if you prefer plain fare to all that fancy stuff, you could always try Forfar Bridies (meat pies) Cranachan, a dessert made from oatmeal, cream, raspberries and whisky, or tablet, a traditional piece of confectionery which resembles fudge.
Stirling boss Allan Moore finds a way of staying out of trouble but we reckon he was after the Forfar bridies
Tam famously conquered his constant craving for Forfar bridies on his way to being the funniest Scotsman since Chic Murray, and I marvelled at the weekend at how Gary Barlow, left - formerly the fat one in Take That - has transformed himself into a chiselled, bronzed Hollywood Adonis.
Perhaps Forfar should have tried a bung - some Forfar bridies might have swung it.
More than 70 fans scoffed `pehs' and Forfar bridies as the Dundee derby hit the satellite big-time.
There are plenty of Scottish favourites to keep you busy - Forfar bridies, Dundee cake, tattie scones, Scotch pancakes and shortbread.