Weekend High Tea

Available every Saturday & Sunday 2-4pm by booking only Celebrate a birthday, bride or baby with a delicious, cosy High Tea and a wee posie of flowers! Scarecrow offers a

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Pumpkin and Hazelnut Pesto

Ingredients 500g peeled and seeded butternut squash 5g roasted and finely ground cumin seed 85g roast and skinned hazelnuts 20g honey 10g apple syrup 30g roast pumpkin seed 30g confit

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Mother’s Day High Tea

Sunday 13 May, 2 – 5 PM Celebrate your Mum with a delicious, cosy High Tea and a wee posie of flowers! Scarecrow is offering a Sweet and Savoury mix of canapés and

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Walnut and Dark Chocolate Cake

Walnut and Dark Chocolate Cake with Autumn Poached Fruit This light, delicious and nutritious cake is gluten-free and paleo. It is a beautiful cake for autumn, celebrating freshly harvested nuts.

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A Lamb for all denominations (vegans too!)

Here’s a great dish if you’re entertaining over the long weekend. The lamb can be prepared and left to steep in the spices overnight before cooking up the next day,

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Summer Dinner 2nd December

December 2nd 2017 630pm start Summer Dinner at Scarecrow Café: fundraising event for Rainbow Youth. On arrival you will be invited to choose one of 35 bowls, each hand made

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Smokey cured duck

In times when you find yourself having an excess amount of duck breasts in your possession, adapting the zero waste approach seems daunting. Should I overindulge and pay the price

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Restaurant Month 2017: The Little Things In Life

August 26th 7:30pm – 10:00pm We all love seafood and with so many different aquatic species, why do we default to the Snapper, the Tarakihi, the Kahawai, and the Kingfish?

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Black tahini and banana cakes

Not quite paleo, these easy banana cakes are a high protein alternative to pancakes. Made with tahini (sesame seed paste) they have lots of calcium too. Ingredients 6 very ripe

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Chickpea Chile Verde

Vegan Chile Verde with tomatillo salsa and cauliflower ‘cheese’ There is a growing consensus that eating less animal protein can improve our health and reduce the environmental pressures associated with

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