I was quite selective with my purchases this time. I came home with some chocolate (see below), two bottles of fizz: Pink Ginger and Dandelion and Burdock; and Mrs Bridges chilli jam, beetroot and orange chutney and banoffee curd. Unfortunately they did not have any blueberry curd. However, the nice man at the stall noting my disappointment, did inform me that you could purchase these via the web. This made me smile, as I thought they had discontinued it.
I did sample a lot of Scottish specialities, including cheeses (Stathdon Blue now being one of my favourites), oat biscuits, shortbread, handcooked crisps, strawberries, ice-creams and preserves. I did not take many pictures as I had hoped, it's quite hard in a busy and pushy environment.
Plenty of candy! fudge, macaroons and liquorice in many artificial flavours.
These coulis were quite tasty, I tried the mango one, it was thick and rich. It was served with GG vanilla ice-cream which I especially liked, made from black and white Holstein Friesian cows. I must try and track some down in my area.
A food demonstration in the Food Hall. I spotted the Scottish famous chef Nick Nairn.
These are organic hand crafted chocolates made by The Chocolate Tree.