TELEVISION chef Rosemary Shrager is kicking off her online partnership with the Farm Retail Association (FRA) by cooking a Burns Night recipe.
Shrager, who used to teach at her cookery school in Amhuinnsuidhe Castle on the Isle of Harris, has been running free cook-along sessions at 5pm each Saturday on her Facebook page since England’s lockdown back in November.
On 30 January, she will begin her relationship with the FRA – which represents farm shops, farmers’ markets, and pick-your-own sites – by showing fans how to cook steak and kidney casserole with neaps and tatties to celebrate Burns Night.
Shrager said: “I’ve always chosen to shop close to home, wherever possible and farm shops are the best places to find the freshest and most delicious produce.
“And it’s so good to know that you’re supporting local growers.”
Many FRA members have agreed to sell “Cooking at Home with Rosemary” ingredients.
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