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Images of Arbroath smokies and their manufacture and marketing

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20040302Arbroath1PR 
 The Arbroath Smokie, an internationally acclaimed delicacy, being prepared at M&M Spink in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland. Picture shows Bill Spink 
 Keywords: haddock fish smokie Bill Spink Arbroath Angus merchant food
20040302Arbroath1PR 
 Smokies production at Arbroath harbour. Bill Spink of M&M Spink in Arbroath with some freshly smoked Smokies. 
 Keywords: smokie, Arbroath, harbour, fish, haddock, traditional, Spink, fire, Angus
20040302Arbroath2PR 
 The Arbroath Smokie at M&M Spink in Arbroath . 
 Keywords: smokie, Arbroath, harbour, fish, haddock, traditional, Spink, fire, Angus
20040302smokie1PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie2PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie3PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie4PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie5PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie6PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie7PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie8PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie9PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokiePR 
 Smokies production at Arbroath harbour. Bill Spink of M&M Spink in Arbroath with some freshly smoked Smokies. 
 Keywords: smokie, Arbroath, harbour, fish, haddock, traditional, Spink, fire, Angus
20040904Auchmithie 2PR 
 Bob Spink smokes fish in Auchmithie near Arbroath for the 1st time in years at the original home of the Smokie. 
 Keywords: smokie, haddock, Auchmithie, Arbroath, Angus, tradition, delicacy, Spink, barrel
20100501Arbroath4PR 
 Arbroath harbour. Seagull in front of Smoke House 
 Keywords: Arbroath, harbour seagull, bird, smokie, fish
20120106Arbroath 7PR 
 Arbroath vs Rangers Scottish Cup Preview.
Arbroath FC's Gavin Swankie with the Scottish Cup on Arbroath High Street alongside Chairman John Christison and Karagh Gill from Goodfellow & Stevens bakers in the town with their specially made Arbroath FC biscuits. 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Scotland, Arbroath, Rangers, Gavin Swankie, John Christison, Arbroath FC, Scottish Cup
436T5191 PRa 
 Auchmithie based filmmaker Ross Bull who has just produced a video entitled 'The History of the Smokie'
The short film also traces the history of Arbroath. 
 Keywords: Ross Bull film cameraman video Arbroath smokie Angus history
7227146 
 Smokies production at Arbroath harbour. Bill Spink of M&M Spink in Arbroath with some freshly smoked Smokies

The Arbroath Smokie originally came from the small fishing village of Auchmithie, 3 miles North-East of Arbroath. Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty.

In reality, it,s much more likely that the villagers at Auchmithie are of Scandinavian descent as the Smokie making process is similar to methods of smoking which are still carried out today in areas of Scandinavia. 
 Keywords: smokie, Arbroath, harbour, fish, haddock, traditional
7247280 
 Iain Spink producing smokies the traditional way outside RR Spinks factory in Arbroath using an oak barrel and sacking cover.

THe smokie prepared this way is a renowned delicacy and actually originated in Auchmithie a few miles north of Arbroath 
 Keywords: oak, chips, smokies, arbroath, barrel
7451787 
 The Arbroath Smokie at M&M Spink in Arbroath .

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: haddock, fish, smokie, smoke, cook, Bill Spink, Spink, hang, Arbroath, Angus, merchant, food

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