"An Evening Breakfast"

 A cooking demonstration and meal

 celebrating the hearty breakfasts

 often served in Scotland.



Here comes another of our popular cooking demonstrations! This time, although the event will be in the

evening, itís a tribute to the hearty Scottish breakfast!

Watch our EVENING breakfast preparation beginning at 5:30 PM on Saturday, February 23, at Calvary

Episcopal Church in Kaneohe, 45-435 Aumoku St. After several of our skilled cooks demonstrate

selected breakfast recipes, we will sample the results in an evening meal of Scottish breakfast foods.

We will also discuss lore and legend surrounding Scottish traditional breakfast foods like the national

staple porridge; marmalade, first created in Dundee; and the now hard-to-get Scottish smoked fish

such as herring and haddock.


Please make your breakfast reservations by Tuesday, February 19.

Phone or e-mail Lillian Cunningham at 538-7707 or lillianc@hawaii.edu


The cost is $10 per person for members or $12 for nonmembers.

Calvary Episcopal Church is on the corner of Kaneohe Bay Drive and Aumoku Street. This is just beyond where Likelike Highway becomes Kaneohe Bay Drive and just makai of Windward City Shopping Center.

Parking is available along Aumoku St.

Scottish cookbook writer Janet Warren says enthusiastically, "Breakfast is a splendid affair in Scotland, the meal in which traditional recipes and local produce really come into their own." She describes an

18th century breakfast table laden with fresh and smoked fish, cold meats, cheeses and eggs, bannocks, oatcakes, heather honey, marmalades, and of course porridge. We canít promise to serve so many glories at our Kaneohe evening breakfast, but we do promise a satisfying Scottish-style meal.

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