Food fit for a Stuart king

An article in the UK's Southern Reporer takes a looks at food and how local meals were shaped by political circumstance in Stuart Scotland (1603-1746).  Through battle and peace, famine and plenty, recipes changed to fit the times.

The article discusses recipes from the time period and includes regional variations.

Drink is not neglected, and the article includes information on Scotland's most famous beverage export, aqua vitae.