We have a very special #ScotlandHour chat for our last of 2022. As a reminder, we take December off and will be back in January 2023.
St Andrew’s Day is a symbolic moment for us to spend time with people we value, in places we love, to celebrate Scotland’s richly diverse communities, and connect with friends in other countries across the world. St Andrew’s Day is sometimes referred to as the Feast of St Andrew and as Scotland Hour falls on 30 November this month, we’ll be toasting the best our land of food and drink has to offer and the mix of people and cultures that craft it.
From enjoying family recipes and introducing new culinary traditions to discovering new producers and exploring community initiatives, we want to bring people together and spark a new culinary curiosity for more Scottish produce. So join @VisitScotNews, @ScotFoodDrink, and @Scotland – as well as the Scotland Hour team of Fiona, Mark and Kirsten of course – for a very special Scotland Hour that’s sure to get the taste buds tingling!
SO, JOIN US ON 30TH NOVEMBER FROM 9 PM TO 10 PM SCOTLAND-TIME. WE’LL BE TWEETING IN ANSWER OF THESE QUESTIONS:
9:00 pm – Q1. How did you celebrate St Andrew’s Day today? #ScotlandHour #StAndrewsDay #ScotlandIsNow
9:10 pm – Q2. Scotland is famous for its food and drink and St Andrew’s Day is also known as the Feast of St Andrew. Share an image of your favourite Scottish foodie experience. #ScotlandHour #StAndrewsDay #ScotlandIsNow
9:20 pm – Q3. What is your favourite Scottish dish/ produce? #ScotlandHour #StAndrewsDay #ScotlandIsNow
9:30 pm – Q4. Scotland is home to a rich mix of cultures. Have you created any unique Scottish fusion dishes? #ScotlandHour #StAndrewsDay #ScotlandIsNow
9:40 pm – Q5. How does Scotland influence your cooking style? #ScotlandHour #StAndrewsDay #ScotlandIsNow
9:50 pm – Q6. Our communities make Scotland a very special place. Share an image of what makes yours so special to you this St Andrew’s Day. #ScotlandHour #StAndrewsDay #ScotlandIsNow
Don’t forget to start your tweet with A1, A2, and so forth, so everyone can know what question you’re answering. And don’t forget to include the hashtags #ScotlandHour #StAndrewsDay #ScotlandIsNow in your tweets.
the Scotland Hour Team & @VisitScotNews, @scotfooddrink, and @Scotland