Welch Fishmongers Established in 1959, Welch are traditional Scottish fishmongers. We are proud to have been serving Edinburgh with the very finest, sustainably sourced fish and shellfish for almost sixty years.
What is Welsh food?
While there are many dishes that can be considered Welsh due to their ingredients and/or history, dishes such as cawl, Welsh rarebit, laverbread, Welsh cakes, bara brith and Glamorgan sausage have all been regarded as symbols of Welsh food.
What makes Welch’s special?
Behind the greatness of Welch’s lies over 700 American farming families, cultivating the mighty Concord grape in bitter cold winters. And the result is not just delicious juices, jellies, and spreads, but a difference you can taste. Bold Flavor. Big Benefits. Simple, easy-to-make recipes that the whole family will enjoy.
What type of fish is a WELS?
The wels (/ ˈwɛls / or / ˈvɛls /; Silurus glanis), also called sheatfish, is a large species of catfish native to wide areas of central, southern, and eastern Europe, in the basins of the Baltic, Black, and Caspian Seas.
Where do wels catfish come from?
It has been introduced to Western Europe as a prized sport fish and is now found from the United Kingdom east Kazakhstan and China and south to Greece and Turkey. It is a freshwater fish recognizable by its broad, flat head and wide mouth. Wels catfish can live for at least fifty years.
What is the ecological impact of the wels catfish?
There are concerns about the ecological impact of introducing the wels catfish to regions where it is not native. Following the introduction of wels catfish, populations of other fish species have undergone steep declines.