Garry Watson, chef proprietor of Gordon's Restaurant in Inverkeilor, serves up a Spanish treat with a local twist, inspired by a trip to Rioja
It's International Prosecco Day today so why not celebrate with some simple sparkling cocktails?
I recently worked as a chaperone rider on a big charity event. Sixty riders were pedalling over 200 miles from Westminster Bridge in London to Brussels in two days in 35C heat.
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.
Rachel, husband Chris and brother-in-law Chris run Ballintaggart Farm in Perthshire
This month sees the end of summer fast approaching and I already feel colder. But it’s not all bad as autumn is my favourite season – it’s amazing! I think it has the best crossover period of seasons, when it’s still warm enough for green veg to be thriving for a few weeks but root veggies and brassicas are making a comeback.
Rachel Rowley, husband Chris, and brother-in-law Andrew run Ballintaggart Farm in Perthshire
Aaron Lumsden, head chef at the British Golf Museum Cafe in St Andrews, sings the praises of tomatoes and other foods to Caroline Lindsay
Jamie Scott, chef patron of The Newport in Fife, reveals his desert island food– a special dish he tasted in London lat year. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
Dean Banks, chef patron of Haar in St Andrews, tells Caroline Lindsay about his foodie loves – and what makes him cry.