Singing Hinnies — The name of these scones is derived from the way they were supposed to have "sung" when cooked over an open fire.
Smoked Haddock with Rice — This was originally an Indian dish that the English adopted. It can be served for brunch or supper.
Smoked Haddock with White Sauce — This is a Scottish tradition which is often served for breakfast. Add potatoes, and it becomes a main meal. The name comes from Findon, a village renowned for the industry of curing fish. "Haddie" is a slang term for haddock.
Yorkshire Pudding — This is properly served with rare roast beef. It can also be used as a hot dessert and served with warm maple syrup. This must be eaten as soon as it is removed from the oven while crisp.