What food represents Scotland?
Probably haggis although it certainly isn't the main dish of the Scottish people.
The globe thistle.
The cross of St. Andrews
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the food that represents evil is chili peppers or lemon.
The national flag of Scotland represents Saint Andrew and is known as the St.Andrew's Cross or the saltire.
the whiskey or fish and chip bar serious no joke
On the the Royal Standard, it's a lion rampant
Scotland's national flower is the thistle, which traditionally represents nobility. "Flower of Scotland" is also a popular Scottish song by the Corries, about the Battle of Bannockburn.
England - St. George Scotland - St. Andrew Wales - St. David Ireland - St. Patrick
The Scotland flag represents peace and honesty, you can google it to find out more.
Northern Ireland, England, and Scotland.
The sea represents water. As such, fish and such. Thus, the sea represents fish. Fish represent food. Food represents fat people. Fat people represent America. The sea represents America in all it's glory. I am the walrus.
Britain itself (England); Ireland (though they don't want to admit it); Scotland; and Wales.
Scottish or Scots can be used to describe something of or from Scotland. Scotch can be used to refer to food and drink of or from Scotland.
mince pies and haggis are traditional food
One of the traditional dishes you get in Scotland is neeps and taties
oat meal is a very good example of a staple food of scotland!!
The grain food group is the base of the food pyramid.
Britain's flag is the Union Flag which symbolises the union of England ,Scotland and Ireland to form Great Britain. Southern Ireland has since left the union. The red cross (of St George) represents England, the white saltire (or x-shaped cross) on a blue background of St Andrew represents Scotland and the red saltire represented Ireland. The latter is superimposed on the white saltire of Scotland.
red represents death red represents love red represents blood. black represents the freedom. the green represents the grass the African American had to eat. grean represents the gold they found and grean represents the food. =)
Lots of food. Scottish favourites are Mince and Tatties, Stovies
most of the time we get our food from others countries eg. America
In Scotland we do parades and wear kilts and eat food its like a normal parade reall
The lion and unicorn are the supporters of the Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom which appear on the cover of British passports. The Lion represents England while the Unicorn represents Scotland.
No one knows. But what we do know thanks to recent researches is that the amount of curry in the food represents the times the food and the ones who cooked it were ogerized and that also represents the amount of colorful oger slime in it.
A Food Web represents feeding relationships among organisms.
The UK flag represents the unification of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Although the surname McDonald originated in Scotland, the fast food outlets started in California.
The English flag (St George's Cross) represents England. The Union Flag (sometimes called the Union Jack) represents all of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and is an amalgamation of the flags of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland (St George, St Andrew and St Patrick).
A food chain represents how an animal eats a smaller animal.
Haggis, and Finnan Haddie.
The blue diagonal cross on the white field (background) is the Scottish flag with the colours reversed, which represents Nova Scotia's ties to Scotland. The shield in the centre of the flag is the Royal Arms of Scotland.
There are wide variety of foods that are grown in the country of Scotland. These include strawberries, raspberries, and black currants.
The scotland people had no food or water for a period of time
The Union Flag is a combination of the flags of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Apparently the Salvation Army help people with food parcels.
it represents the passing of energy
Food in the moon festival, represents rebellion for most people. It also represents a decent portion of Chinese history. Mooncakes were known for their role in the moon festival.
the Green part
Haggis and whisky.
Haggis, is the only one i know
willys and cheese ;)
Haggis, smokies, stovies, rowies.
Tatties and neeps.
The same food that is eaten in other western countries. We like our alcohol though.
Steven Fletcher, who represents Scotland at international level, was born on March 26, 1987 in Shrewsbury, England.