Posted Tuesday, October 25 2011 by Deans Shortbread Comments: No Comments Categories: Uncategorized

We are now back in Huntly after a very busy and exciting weekend at the BBC Good Food Show at the SECC in Glasgow and as always it was good to see so many of you at the stand. Our …

Posted Friday, October 21 2011 by Deans Shortbread Comments: (2) Comments Categories: Uncategorized

Today was a big day for us, we officially unveiled a new and exciting range of Cheese Oat Nibbles at the BBC Good Food Show Scotland at SECC in Glasgow.


With three varieties in the range:

• Extra Mature Cheddar

Posted Tuesday, October 18 2011 by Deans Shortbread Comments: (1) Comment Categories: Uncategorized

We are delighted to announce the winner of the recent Dean’s Baking Competition which was held to celebrate National Baking Week – the winner is Jack Haselden from Warrington, Cheshire, well done Jack.

Jack’s entry was a magnificent Baked Blueberry …

Posted Sunday, October 16 2011 by Deans Shortbread Comments: (1) Comment Categories: Uncategorized

You may recall some time ago we mentioned that our shortbread had never been tested at altitude…well now it has. 

Thanks to Emma Dyce who took our shortbread to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro on her magnificent “Climb Kill for …

Posted Sunday, October 16 2011 by Deans Shortbread Comments: No Comments Categories: Uncategorized

It will be success on a plate for one lucky winner this week; we will be announcing the Dean’s Recipe Competition winner on Tuesday. Siobhan Ingram has baked the winning entry and we’ve already had it photographed for inclusion in

Posted Friday, October 14 2011 by Deans Shortbread Comments: No Comments Categories: Uncategorized

It’s that time of year again; Christmas parties, Christmas, Carols, Panto, Christmas Pies, presents, family gatherings, reunions and…THE DEAN’S OPEN DAY


Yes, it time to welcome you all to the Annual Dean’s Open Day this Saturday 3rd December. 

This is …

Posted Monday, October 10 2011 by Deans Shortbread Comments: No Comments Categories: Uncategorized

The origins of shortbread can be traced back to about the 12th Century when butter or lard was added to bread dough, thus the name shortbread. It was not until the 17th Century when sugar was introduced to the UK …