A wise man once said: “It’s good to question your practice often. The moment you stop questioning is the moment you get it wrong.”
A unique exhibition on the Isle of May showcases some of the East Neuk’s talented artists as well as the island’s natural beauty. By Caroline Lindsay
Catherine Devaney shares a recipe from a kitchen in the Fife countryside
“Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? …..eat ye that which is good and let your soul delight itself in fatness”. Isaiah 55:2
Fabrice Bouteloup, chef patron of Barley Bree Restaurant with Rooms in Muthill, tells Caroline Lindsay about his favourite seasons, and most hated ingredients
Old Course executive chef Martin Hollis offers us a hint of a tropical summer with an exotic recipe with pineapple and kiwi fruit.
A Fife Marie Curie nurse is starring on a special bus and helping to raise vital funds for the charity with a special place in her heart. By Caroline Lindsay
Cycling is an activity that requires lots of good fuel to keep our bodies functioning over long rides. Although the term ‘bonk’ may induce sniggers among many, for cyclists and other endurance athletes bonking can be quite a serious situation and is the term used to describe the point where you have exhausted your body’s glycogen stores and becoming hypoglycaemic.
I’ve always had a soft spot for the Jigger Inn. Its beer garden has one of the finest positions in the world, literally a golf ball’s throw from the fairway of the famous Road Hole. To sit there on a sunny afternoon with a drink in hand is the stuff of life before kids, of a simpler time when beer gardens were what weekends were made for.
It’s just two more sleeps until mischievous characters line the streets as Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail (OWBBT) kicks off in Dundee and across Scotland.