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Arbroath Smokie Trail

Due out on 5 April 2014, The Arbroath Smokie Trail is a is a free colour booklet providing information about where to eat and buy these world-renowned delicacies, as well as recipes and the centuries-old history of the Arbroath Smokie.

It’s now some ten years since the Arbroath Smokie was given Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status by the European Commission, which means that if it’s not smoked within three miles of Arbroath, it’s not an Arbroath Smokie.

The booklet will be available at tourist information centres, ACCESS offices, libraries, museums, and tourist attractions across Angus from April 5.

It will also be available to download from Scotland’s Tartan Day web site:

April 6 – Scotland’s Tartan Day

Where information can be found about the programme for the Tartan Day Scotland Festival 2014, which includes a major Homecoming Scotland event in Arbroath over the weekend of April 5/6.

Via: Arbroath Smokie Trail guidebook promotes town’s culinary tradition | Dundee & Tayside | News | STV

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March 19, 2014 - Posted by | Civilian | , , ,

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