Mac & Wild Journal
- Wed 20 Feb
Story #15: France v Scotland from the Captain…
Hear Scotland Captain, Greig Laidlaw's outlook for the next few days ahead of his team taking on some of his Club rugby team mates in this weekends France v Scotland 6 Nations Match.
- Tue 12 Feb
Cooking the Perfect Steak (for the Valentine win!)
- Wed 23 Jan
Story #13: Catching & cooking a wild haggis
Don't be fooled by their flowing locks - catching a wild haggis is serious business! Read on for recipe tips should your efforts be successful...
- Thu 17 Jan
Story #12: For the love of Haggis
Haggis really does give you muscles!
- Wed 16 Jan
Story #11: Burns 2019
It is January and that signals one thing for us at Mac & Wild. ahead of the upcoming Burns week celebrations, we've been reflecting on what the great man was really like and how some of his great works translate into plain English.
- Mon 03 Dec
Story #10: Into the wild
Everyone has their escape place...this is mine...
- Fri 30 Nov
Story #9: Why Eat Game, Why Eat Farmed?
As a child I didn't think twice about what we ate. Pheasants, Duck and Venison just flew and wandered about outside and some nights ended up on the dinner plate. Why is it that Game has such a stigma still when as a society we have become so aware of what we eat and what is good for us...
- Fri 16 Nov
Story #8: Introducing the Mac & Wild Butchery at Devonshire Square
Mac & Wild Butcher at both London sites.
- Tue 06 Nov
Story #7: Remembering the Fallen
As Remembrance Day approaches, we invited Fiona Ferguson, Head of Communications at the RAF Benevolent Fund to share a story of personal commitment and sacrifice. Read more to hear the valiant yet tragic plight of the MacRobert Family sons and their surviving mother's efforts to honour and remember.