Monday was Remembrance Day, commemorated across the British Commonwealth. As you may recall from Season 2 of Downton Abbey, the family and servants gathered on 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month which signified the end of World War I. In the United States it is observed as Veteran’s Day, a day aside to pay tribute to celebrate living veterans who served in the military. In May, Americans remember those soldiers who passed in the service of their country on Memorial Day. Today I thought the lovely splash of poppy red in Bonnie Cranachan, a traditional Scottish dessert, was a fitting comfort food.