16 Entries Tagged “Scottish”
200-year-old Scottish word meaning to lounge about in bed hours after it was time to get up. A delightful word for delightful activity. See also Scottish, Sleep.
Apparently for those who like the taste of sheep heart, liver, and lungs baked in its own stomach, but don’t like meat. See also Scottish.
Or, Scott from Scotland's tie got trapped in his bed. See also Scottish.
An island of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. See also Scottish, Sophomoric.
A Scottish sport in which people throw 20-foot telephone poles. See also Scottish.
A Scottish dish of... turnips and potatoes. See also Scottish, Sophomoric.
10. Cullen Skink
A speciality from the town of Cullen on Scotlands north-east coast, Cullen skink is a thick soup made from haddock, poatoes and onions. Theories as to where the word "skink" comes from differ: it may be a variation on the Scots skink, meaning soup made from shin of beef. See also Scottish.