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Dinner from Scotland: Forfar Bridie
July 20 @ 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
A Forfar Bridie is a meat hand pie similar to the more famous Cornish pasty. Horseshoe shaped, the Forfar bridie is named for what was once known as Forfarshire County and may be named “bridie” for a traveling food seller named Maggie Bridie who sold her meat and onion hand pies at the Forfar’s Buttermarket. Others say the hand pie’s name comes from showing up frequently on menus at weddings. The pie has been enjoyed in Scotland at least as far back as the 19th century because J.M. Barrie (b. 1860 in Forfar County), author of Peter Pan, mentions the Forfar bridie in one of his novels.
Join us for dinner!
To make a reservation, contact Charles at Charles@spseniors.org or phone him at (509) 540-8593.
Dinner is from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Doors open at 4:45 pm.
You must be fully vaccinated, including booster shot, and you must show proof of your vaccination.