Traditional Ayrshire Dunlop Cheese and Leek Tart

 

This lunchtime a local eatery had a menu consisting exclusively of Scottish fare. I decided to have the Traditional Ayrshire Dunlop Cheese and Leek Tart.

 

Now I am reliant on the Scots contingent to tell me if the tart is in fact traditional (I understand the cheese is from the Dunlop cow). I found a slight sweetness to the tart. On balance I would eat it again.

 

Below is a picture of the dish. There would be a picture after, which is essentially an empty plate. 

 

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Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:

 

This lunchtime a local eatery had a menu consisting exclusively of Scottish fare. I decided to have the Traditional Ayrshire Dunlop Cheese and Leek Tart.

 

Now I am reliant on the Scots contingent to tell me if the tart is in fact traditional (I understand the cheese is from the Dunlop cow). I found a slight sweetness to the tart. On balance I would eat it again.

 

Below is a picture of the dish. There would be a picture after, which is essentially an empty plate. 

 

I don’t know how authentic it is , but it looks quite yummy 

Syd posted:

Was it not a bit rubbery?....I bet you felt tyred after eating all that lot.....did you have to rush to the loo before you sprang a leak?

Aherm - I do the jokes 

 

What's the difference between a prostitute and a poor road surface?

 

One knackers your tyres - the other tires your knackers 

 

I'd just like to apologise for the terrible drop in standards there 

EC made me do it

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