In pictures: 10 of the most bizarrely named Scottish foods

Cranachan is a sweet dessert made using cream, honey, fresh raspberries, and toasted oatmeal soaked in whisky. (Paul Townsend/Flickr)
Cranachan is a sweet dessert made using cream, honey, fresh raspberries, and toasted oatmeal soaked in whisky. (Paul Townsend/Flickr)
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Much like the towns and cities that are dotted around Scotland, the traditional dishes that are part of the national cuisine are varied, unique and often have strange names.

Most people will have heard of haggis, neeps and tatties or know about Arbroath Smokies and shortbread but how many will have heard of crappit heid, festy cock or clapshot?

With that in mind take a look at our picture gallery to see 10 of the most bizarrely named Scottish foods

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