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Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth, loves each season’s bounty and at the moment apples are giving him a culinary hug
As New Year approaches, Caroline Lindsay takes a look at some of Courier Country’s unique Hogmanay traditions.
To borrow from the old Chinese saying, we live in interesting times. From the threat of terrorist attacks and missile crises to natural disasters and flu pandemics, there’s something to keep most of us awake at night worrying.
With the Glorious Twelfth one of the most important dates on the Scottish calendar, I thought we should chat about Mother Nature’s extraordinary gift – game, says Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth.
Nicola Hazel of Jannettas Gelateria in St Andrews tells Caroline Lindsay how her Italian heritage informs her food choices
Husband and wife, Chris and Rachel Rowley and Chris’s brother Andrew, own and run Ballintaggart Farm, established 2016. Ballintaggart is a cook school with Saturday masterclasses and bespoke workshops, two luxury bedrooms offering B&B, monthly communal dining feasts, a private event space and external catering business.
Dylan Wren clearly remembers the day his passion for whisky began – on a rare day off back in the 1980s, he drove more than 200 miles from Renfrewshire to Tain, north of Inverness, to visit the Glenmorangie distillery. There he bought two bottles, one 15 years old and the other an 18-year-old – the latter still unopened to this day.
Hundreds of elderly people are at risk of loneliness and isolation but thank to volunteers like Shirley McEwan, a simple tea party offers a vital lifeline.