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Food & Drink

Food blog: Rachel Rowley of Ballintaggart Farm

November 11 2017

Husband and wife, Chris and Rachel Rowley and Chris’s brother Andrew, own and run Ballintaggart Farm at Grandtully in Perthshire, 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.

The Menu Awards

The Menu Food and Drink Awards: Could your favourite bar win Pub of the Year? Vote now!

November 11 2017

We all have a favourite pub or bar that we love going to time after time or repeatedly recommend to friends. Whether it’s the great food and drink, the welcoming staff, the karaoke, the warm ambience, the fact that it’s dog friendly, or a combination of all those factors that keeps drawing you back, wouldn’t you like to see it get the recognition it so thoroughly deserves?


Save a pretty penny this Christmas: money saving tips for all the family

November 6 2017

Parenting can be a costly business. It can be tricky to stick to a budget when you're constantly refilling the fridge and buying the kids the next size up in shoes. And, with the expense of Halloween just behind us and Christmas on the horizon, mums and dads will be wondering how they are going to budget for the next few months.

Chef's Table

Make Bonfire Night go with a bang with a tasty recipe

November 4 2017

I think Bonfire Night on November 5 is a special occasion for everyone, whether you go out to your local firework display, set your own off in the garden, watch from home or shut the curtains and get cosy at home with the dog, says Jamie Scott of The Newport.


When it comes to the Scots tongue, Matthew Fitt is speaking our language

November 4 2017

Sometimes the best ideas are born over a glass (or two) of wine – or, in Matthew Fitt and James Robertson’s case, a plate of mince and tatties. Back in 2002, as the two local writers tucked into the traditional dish, they found themselves agreeing that there were too few good books in Scots for children and that they should do something about it.