The Kilted Chef’s Salted Caramel Apple Poutine

The Kilted Chef’s Salted Caramel Apple Poutine

(Serves 4) 2 NS Sweet Tango apples cut in sticks 1 tbsp butter ¼ tsp cinnamon 2 oz Fortress or Iron Works Rum 2 oz quark or mascarpone cheese 8 oz salted caramel In a med size pan melt the butter add the apples sticks sauté for 2 minutes. Deglaze the pan with the Iron...

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The Kilted Chef Keeps It Fresh

The Kilted Chef Keeps It Fresh

Chef Alain Bosse is known internationally as “The Kilted Chef” but it wasn’t the kilt or the “chef’s whites” that was his first cooking uniform. ”When I was younger I joined the Boy Scouts,” Alain explains. “I wasn’t as athletic as the other kids so I would often stay...

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Care for the Casual Kilt

Care for the Casual Kilt

Good day to everyone! Hope the new year has been kind thus far, and may we keep the good times rolling! In my previous article, I discussed the "why" and "how" a kilt should be worn. Hopefully many of you now have your new wardrobe additions, so I shall take this time...

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The Kilted Snow Weasels: Carving Up Snow and Vikings in Canada

The Kilted Snow Weasels: Carving Up Snow and Vikings in Canada

The Kilted Snow Weasels are a snow sculpting team based in Rockford, Illinois made up of members of “Clan McWeasel.” Angus McWeasel, Fergus McWeasel, Shamus McWeasel and Grunt McWeasel have, in one form or fashion, been snow sculpting for 21 years all over the Midwest. They are four-time Illinois State Champions and have placed as high as third place at the US National Snow Sculpting Competition.

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A Scotch Primer

A Scotch Primer

For those kilties who just received their first bottle of Glenfiddich or Oban, but don’t know their single malt from their blended malt, Life in a Kilt Magazine is here to help. We invited Ken Klehm, Asheville-based distiller, to share his insight and expertise to those looking for their first initiation into the world of scotch whisky – what to look for, how it should taste and why people love the stuff so damned much.

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In My Own Words: Andrew Graham

In My Own Words: Andrew Graham

My kilted journey began in 1999, the year I graduated from high school. The year my father and I went to Scotland to explore our Scottish roots. In the airport was a gentleman wearing a kilt. I had seen them on television, and once in person when we went to the Scottish games. But this was the first time I had seen on up close and personal. I felt no need to hide behind my hand and snicker as so many teenagers do. In fact I thought it was cool.

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Favorite Tartans

Favorite Tartans

I’ve noticed that, even with 30+ tartans in my closet, I tend to come back to the same few tartans over and over. These have become my favorites for whatever reason and I thought I’d take a little time to talk about some of the tartans I own and how I feel about them.

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