cock-a-leekie


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soup made from chicken boiled with leeks

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Given how easily the cock-a-leekie is going down, it's not a bad shout.
Last month we were so deliriously happy that my wife flung a can of Baxter's cock-a-leekie soup at me during a 'domestic'.
COCK-A-LEEKIE SOUP Serves 6 3 leeks 1 free range Chicken 2 bay leaves 4 thyme sprigs 40g long grain white rice 75g soft stoned Prunes, chopped 2 tbsp chopped flat leaf parsley This is a centuries-old Scottish recipe that still tastes amazing today.
The Baxter family, which is now in its fourth generation, has been producing some of Britain's finest soups and preserves since 1868 and is famous for its Cock-a-Leekie and Scotch broths.
Except for the time my Uncle Harry was in for a wee prostate operation and they gave him a bowl of cock-a-leekie.
Pupils also made shortbread biscuits, cock-a-leekie soup - made from chicken, leeks, prunes and rice - and cheese scones.
Cock-a-leekie (chicken and leek) soup; haggis served with neeps and tatties; cranachan - a traditional dessert made with toasted oatmeal, raspberries, cream and whisky.
Cock-a-leekie soup and, of course, whisky (not to be confused with Irish whiskey, mind) are also essential.
along with Cock-A-Leekie soup, Arbroath smokies, Stornoway black puddings, buttery shortbread and, last but not least, the mighty haggis.
The starter and main course for a traditional Burns Supper are set in stone: cock-a-leekie soup and haggis, neeps and tatties.
It is building on its 600g menu by introducing five new flavours to the core range, including root vegetable & rosemary, Mediterranean vegetable & herb, chicken mulligatawny and the company's first Scottish recipe, Cock-a-Leekie.
In addition, there are recipes for haggis, cock-a-leekie soup, clapshot and typsy laird, and all the necessary odes and toasts to complete a successful Scottish evening.
For the Burns Night shindig, Sue makes cock-a-leekie soup followed by haggis, served with neeps and tatties (swedes and mashed potatoes).
On the menu will be traditional cock-a-leekie soup, haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus a dram at each course.
For example, in the west of Ireland, sentiments are dressed in lyrical sentences, but if you listen closely you can hear a hint of mockery; then we have the dark sarcasm of the Welsh chandler welcoming a party of English tourists to his polished shop; the cunning of a Cockney salesman selling the bald man a patented hair restorer; the barely concealed superiority of the Scottish minister's wife ordering cock-a-leekie soup in Paris; or the robust commonsense of the Tyke appraising a stud horse.