yes scottish people eat with forks and the same cutlery as everyone else
Scottish people eat rice with macaroni mixed with pees altogether.
they eat haggis
Scottish people eat things like haggis, kale, blueberries, and meat pies. They also eat porridge and different kinds of trifles.
I cant say with 100% certainty that there has not been a Scottish cannibal that has claimed a Canadian victim, but I think I can say pretty safely on the whole that Scottish people do not eat Canadians.
Scottish people eat the same way everybody else eats. They open their mouth, place food inside, chew and then swallow.
Some Scottish desserts are profiteroles(not a traditional Scottish dessert,) or chocolate cream.
Scottish people eat a wide variety of foods for their dinner. Traditional offerings include haggis, mashed turnips, and Angus roast.
Scottish people, haggis is a dish from Scotland.
People ate much the same things that we eat today early reference.
people mostly fish
yes!! of course we do, lots of it!! haha
No, because it isn't available. If it were they would eat it deep fried in batter.
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They eat turkey and chocolates.They eat roast goose, roast pork, beef,fish,so mostly meat.
Scottish people eat variety of foods as snacks or treats including fried Mars bars and cranachan, which is a layered treat of pudding fruit, and oats. Pudding sandwiches and fruits are other snacks they enjoy.
We eat Haggis Traditionally. Did you know 2009 is his 250th Annaversary?
The same as anywhere else. What's wrong with you ?
People in the Maine region ate seafood, game from the woods and produce from their fields in 1800. It was a harsh environment, but the people were hardy and able to withstand the weather.
do you know that china dident envent furtune cookies scotland people did?
Haggis is a common food that Scottish people eat. Salmon and game type meats are also commonly eaten in Scotland.
we eat the same fruits as anyone else but we also sometimes eat neaps which are the same as leaks
They had many jobs but one of the jobs that most Scottish had were the act of farming.