In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- If you suffer from morning sickness, try the following home remedies: nibble on a ginger biscuit before getting up and try to eat a little something often - perhaps a biscuit, oatcake or crispbread.
- Besides its primary uses in porridge and oatcakes, oatmeal features in haggis, in certain types of sausage, as a coating for herring, also for potatoes, and sometimes for dumplings.
- Every town and village in Scotland should be encouraged to be unique, famous for something local: the honey, the lobsters, the oatcakes, the raspberries, the knitwear, the local artwork.
- The chief meat-eater among us opted for the assiette de charcuterie, a dish of ham, pork and salami with chicken pâté, served with oatcakes and olives.
- He will meet producers involved in Peak District Foods, which promotes the area's distinctive fare, including cheeses, meat, fish and such delights as Bakewell puddings and oatcakes.
- The month before I go on a trip I eat lots of carbohydrates - oatcakes, brown rice and potatoes - at every meal.
- You can sample Arran cheese, mustard and oatcakes or the island's own whisky produced at the Isle of Arran distillery.
- Fortifying myself with the thought that the best food is often painstakingly familiar and simple fare, wonderfully prepared, I decided to start with the parfait of chicken livers with redcurrant jelly and oatcakes.
- The dessert menu was tempting but in the end, we opted for a shared cheese platter which featured a wide and varied selection of Scotland's finest, perfectly presented with oatcakes, celery and grapes.
- For those who have to snack, the doctor recommends healthy options such as fruit, yoghurt, or oatcakes.
- It also bestows a sense of pride that Scotland is still producing quality raw ingredients - ready to be converted into oatcakes, mealie puddings and brose.
- We were flipping bannocks and oatcakes on girdles centuries before sun-dried-tomato ciabatta was invented.
- People stuffed on oatcakes and cereal bars and other carbohydrate-rich wonder foods keep their insulin levels constantly topped up, and so they never get a chance to use up their fat.
- Fish formed the mainstay of the diet, along with oats made into porridge and oatcakes.
- I always travel with a couple of oatcakes and energy bars, which certainly came in handy last year when airport security measures kept me out of reach of food for almost ten hours.
- The sizeable slab of pressed meat was served with fresh bread and delicious thick oatcakes, which tasted just like the kind Granny used to make.
- Crackers and sweet biscuits reinforced one of the tins of oatcakes, which had stood throughout the meal on every table.
- There is marmalade - and jam made from Scottish strawberries or raspberries - and in the bread bin beside the granary loaf are some oatcakes and barley bannocks.
- Both girls were heading for the Isle of Arran, home of supposedly the best homemade oatcakes in the whole of Britain.
- Stress also brings other high quality ready-made meals to the fore, like smoked salmon, also at home on oatcakes, or as a sort of flat salad with capers and cornichons, or tossed over some more pasta with cream.
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