|Orcadian, 20th January 1938|
Weaklings can only manage a pound of the stuff.
George Mackay Brown loved clapshot so much he wrote a column about it opining that "Everything about clapshot is good, including the smell and the colour. I think this particular clapshot was about the best I've ever made...And it made a glow in the wintry stomach."
By now, all non Orcadians may be screaming at the computer 'What the HELL is this clapshot, it sounds delicious? I want to make it at once!' Behold below F. Marian McNeill's recipe. George put onion in his whilst wondering if it was she who suggested it and she does recommend shallots or chives:
|F. Marian McNeill's Recipes From Scotland|