Anthony Worral-Thompson planning a menu change.
The Scottish Word:

Kail.

“Quick! Sook yir feathers in, he’s seek o kail an thinkin o chook soup.”

Translated:

kail: curly leaved cabbage; general word for a feed; or broth made from greens.

“Quick! Suck your feathers in, he is becoming sick of cabbage broth and is now thinking of chicken soup.”

The Scottish Word: kail with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

Chef on Holiday

Could that be Antony Worrall Thompson staying at his grannies croft?

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