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The Autumn issue of 60North is here and with it a focus on Shetland’s larder.
Until recently, much of Shetland’s produce was little known outside the islands and islanders themselves may even have taken some of it for granted. That is gradually changing. Shetland mussels, lamb, beef, smoked salmon and much else are now enjoyed worldwide and, within the islands, there’s a refreshing new focus on food that’s local.
In this issue we will look at some of Shetland’s interesting food heritage, we’ll cook outdoors, bake huffsie and even learn about Shetland’s medicinal plants. Hopefully there is something for everyone’s taste.
Happy reading and Bon Apetit!
P.S. If you’re in Shetland in October don’t miss the opportunity to meet local food producers at the annual Shetland Food Fair.