Too much going on, too little time right now.
I recently had some guga for lunch with some friends and foodies.
Acutely aware of the mainland sensitivities surrounding the dish, there was no fanfare, publicity or money changing hands, just some lunch and good chat.
One of the group, a food writer, told the tale the following weekend in the Herald. I hope the article comes across as decidedly pr0-hunt and highlights positively the dish and the tradition as it faces scrutiny by the mainstream public and not the publicity seeking stramash another restaurant got themselves involved in the same week.
[We also had West coast lobster, croft reared mutton, vegetables from the Lewis & Harris Horticultural Producers and a dram of Abhainn Dearg – it was a big lunch!]