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  • Partan Bree

    Partan is crab and bree is soup in Ulster-Scots. In this recipe, Paula uses homemade fish stock to make a creamy soup.

    Ulster Scots

  • Pork griskins with cider and apples

    Apples and cider from County Armagh are used in this pork dish and accompanied with scallions.

    Ulster Scots

  • Portavogie Clams

    Portavogie is a fishing community in County Down on the east coast of Ulster. Ulster-Scots language is widely spoken in the region.

    Ulster Scots

  • Portavogie Herring with Apple and Dulse Salad

    Portavogie is a small fishing village on the east coast of Ulster with a strong Ulster-Scots connection.

    Ulster Scots

  • Potato Apple

    In this video, Paula serves traditional potato bread or fadge filled with sweetened stewed apples to make a tasty dessert or breakfast sn

    Ulster Scots

  • Salt Ling Chowder

    Ling is a white cod-like fish widely used in Ulster.

    Ulster Scots

  • Scotch Broth

    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.

    Ulster Scots

  • Tea Brack - Rich Fruit Cake

    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.

    Ulster Scots

  • Treacle and ale cake with Yellowman honeycomb

    Yellowman is a traditional Ulster honeycomb.

    Ulster Scots

  • Whiskey cured spiced beef with barley and scallions

    Paula cures beef in Bushmills whiskey and spices before searing on the traditional griddle.

    Ulster Scots

  • Yellow Brochan

    In this video Paula prepares Yellow brochan - a cornmeal porridge dessert.

    Ulster Scots

  • Dalriada (Dunseverick)

    Dr David Hume reveals the history of King Fergus and the Kingdom of Dalriada.

    NPE Media Ltd

  • The Coast and The Hamely Tongue (Dunseverick)

    How the Ulster Scots language describes many of the natural features of our coastline.

    NPE Media Ltd

  • Sir Hugh Montgomery: Founding Father (Donaghadee)

    Dr David Hume tells us more about how Hugh Montgomery led the development of Donaghadee.

    NPE Media Ltd

  • The 'Wully Dooker' (Donaghadee)

    Meet the cormorant, or 'Wully Dooker' in Ulster Scots.

    NPE Media Ltd

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