Stir­ring up a new treat - por­ridge ice cream - at High­land Folk Mu­seum

The Oban Times - - Leisure -

WITH Scot­tish sum­mers be­ing no­to­ri­ously un­pre­dictable, the team at the High­land Folk Mu­seum had an idea.

Why not cre­ate a dish for all tem­per­a­tures?

They imag­ined com­bin­ing our na­tion’s favourite break­fast dish, renowned for its warmth-giv­ing prop­er­ties, with ev­ery­one’s sum­mer favourite – ice cream – and came up with por­ridge ice cream.

Part­ner­ing with Simp­sons of Buckie to tackle this seem­ingly im­pos­si­ble task, they have man­aged to pro­duce a tri­umph which has al­ready been tri­aled, with great suc­cess, on over 800 Amer­i­can Ex­change Stu­dents

The ice cream is avail­able in three fan­tas­tic flavours - fruity por­ridge & rasp­berry, sticky sweet por­ridge & but­ter­scotch and of course good old plain por­ridge. The new flavours were launched at the High­land Folk mu­seum, New­ton­more, last month, and will be on sale from the Mu­seum’s clas­sic ice cream bike over the rest of the sum­mer.

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