Scottish Word: Jine.
Goldilocks with the three bears, at supper instead of breakfast, addressing the Haggis; “Wee chieftain o the pudden race, hunted by the fierce o face, slaverin an snortin an fu o fang nae matter that yiv … Continue reading Jine.
Hoi – dinni forget yer denner-poke. It’s got a leaky jeelie donut, a slice o fried clootie dumplin wi pickle an a potted heid piece wi HP sauce. Translated: denner-poke: lunch-bag. Hey – don’t forget your … Continue reading Denner-Poke.
Scottish Word: Braw.
“Oh … I see, yir speciality wafer thin mint fur puddin? Braw.” Translated: braw: very good, fine, splendid. “Oh … I see, your speciality wafer thin mint for dessert? Excellent.” dessert One of my favourite Monty … Continue reading Braw.
“Ah’d like fried bacon wi the tattie scones also fried but wi ma black puddin grilled along wi a tomato, jist cut in half mind. An I’m no wantin link sausages, I’ll hae lorne, twa slices, … Continue reading Lorne Sausage.
Scottish Word: Sonsie.
“…The neeps and tatties and mushy peas, stert workin like a gentle breeze, but soon the puddin wi the sonsie face, will hae ye blawin aw ower the place…” Translated: sonsie: substantial, impressive, handsome, big. “…The … Continue reading Sonsie.
Scottish Word: Pudden.
“Help ma boab! That’s the end o that mealie pudden.” Translated: pudden, puddin: pudding. Oat meal pudding or white pudding is a sausage skin stuffed with oat meal, onions, spices and suet. A black pudding includes … Continue reading Pudden.