Partan is crab and bree is soup in Ulster-Scots. In this recipe, Paula uses homemade fish stock to make a creamy soup.
Apples and cider from County Armagh are used in this pork dish and accompanied with scallions.
Portavogie is a fishing community in County Down on the east coast of Ulster. Ulster-Scots language is widely spoken in the region.
Portavogie is a small fishing village on the east coast of Ulster with a strong Ulster-Scots connection.
In this video, Paula serves traditional potato bread or fadge filled with sweetened stewed apples to make a tasty dessert or breakfast sn
Ling is a white cod-like fish widely used in Ulster.
Scotch broth staple hearty meal in Ulster and in this recipe Paula uses shin of beef or ‘hough’ to make stock for a warming broth.
In this video, Paula creates a rich fruit cake made using dried fruit soaked in strong tea. This version adds a wee dram of whiskey.
Yellowman is a traditional Ulster honeycomb.
Paula cures beef in Bushmills whiskey and spices before searing on the traditional griddle.
In this video Paula prepares Yellow brochan - a cornmeal porridge dessert.
Dr David Hume reveals the history of King Fergus and the Kingdom of Dalriada.
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How the Ulster Scots language describes many of the natural features of our coastline.
Dr David Hume tells us more about how Hugh Montgomery led the development of Donaghadee.
Meet the cormorant, or 'Wully Dooker' in Ulster Scots.