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Loch Fyne: Celebrating Food Tradition

Sheila Dillon travels to Loch Fyne to see how this rural Scottish community has preserved its food traditions.

In this series of four programmes broadcast over the Christmas period, Sheila Dillon explores the link between tradition and food.

Food can bind a community together, and give it new life. In this third programme of the series, Sheila travels to Loch Fyne to see how this rural Scottish community has preserved its food traditions, with recipes handed down for generations. She discovers how local food businesses have become international, working together to sell their fish in the Far East - despite the frustrations of poor broadband connections. And she eats dinner with a group of local food producers, feasting on mutton - a traditional dish for the Christmas holiday.

Producer: Elizabeth Burke.

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