I had no idea that gannet was eaten in some parts of Scotland. A bit of Googling turned up this really interesting article about the tradition https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2006/jul/31/foodanddrink?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Copy_to_clipboard
oh, we're really selling the country now!
Come to Scotland, the diet comprises:
- Oats. (boiled, not even flap-jacked yet...).
(I'll avoid the usual mention of Dr. Johnson on oats....). woops...
a drink consisting of: 1 part Forth Bridge (allegedly), 900 parts sugar (less allegedly), 1 part same colouring as POTUS-45 uses each morning (er, allegedly), 1 part water (probably?).
what? no Tunnock tea-cake?
what? no NEEPS? tatties without neeps? seriously, no neeps! how authentic is this?
no salads or non deep-fried veg.? OK, scratch last comment above...
where is the deep-fried Mars bar? how many lessons have we had already...?
(phew, I think we managed to avoid stepping into a single simplistic stereotype there...). :)