It’s been an awfully busy week here at Musa. We’ve had a Jura Whisky event, the official launch of Ewan Thomson’s exhibition, the return of our open mic night and a scare involving Oor Wullie and The Broons.
What has the rest of Aberdeen been up to though?
Given our passion for artistic pieces, we loved Mood of Collapse and his trip to Lewis, certainly some good shots there. On a similarly arty theme Christine Laennec visited Govan Old Churchand my, is Govan nicer than Rab C Nesbitt would have us believe.
On to the Glebe Street confusion we had earlier this week. As part of the #ScotFood event (you can find out more about #ScotFood and the upcoming Fife event here) we found ourselves chatting with Oor Wullie and Maw Broon, so we let our customers know we’d ‘moved’ to Glebe Street. Unfortunately a few customers panicked and thought we’d actually moved!
The current affairs topic has been busy this week too, from BrewDog creating a new beer as a form of protest against Russia’s stance on homosexuality and on the lower end of the spectrum Katy Hopkins annoying Scottish Mum and many others.
Those two topics get you wound up? Why not relax and throw together the Date and Pecan Buttermilk Scones recipe that was shared by Victoria. If that’s not your cup of tea, Elizabeth has made some fabulous Black Bean Brownies.
We hope you’ve had a great week and hopefully you have a terrific weekend. What’s that? Your weekend is going to be full of stress as you’ve forgot to book somewhere for a lovely Valentines lunch? Well, as luck has it – we’ve got a little space left.
If you can’t make it out for lunch and have missed out on our dinner bookings – why not learn how to make Valentines Punk Marinier.