Meet Kat Riach, one of our new food bloggers. Kat lives in Fife and is passionate about seasonality, local produce and home cooking. This week Kat takes a look at some of autumn's bounty.
Food and drink are on the tip of Angus residents’ tongues as the region bids to show the world what’s on offer.
Dan Ashmore, head chef at the prestigious Pompadour by Galvin in Edinburgh, has fond memories of a photograph his grandmother took of him when he was just three years old.
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On the back of the Taste of Angus Festival at Glamis Castle, Courier writer Jack McKeown enjoyed an even bigger bite of the county's food and drink.
Byam Trotter has his parents’ love of Italy to thank for his thriving local business. Unable to find a job after graduating from Manchester University, he was at a bit of a loose end until his mum and dad – Fife’s food ambassador Christopher Trotter and photographer Caroline – tried to recreate a delicious Italian fruity chutney called mostarda that had hit the spot on a recent holiday.
The warm glow that good food brings has always been an important part of Stuart Ralston’s life. No wonder then that the name of his restaurant in Edinburgh – Aizle – is an old Scots word for a glowing ember.
If you're a regular driver on the Crieff-Comrie-Crianlarich road, you'll have spotted the distinctive facade of the Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans. Painted white with pale blue window frames it sits on the shores of stunning Loch Earn, where the eye-catching sculpture Mirror Man by Rob Mulholland rises majestically from the water.
A short-lived career as a jeweller when he left school at 16 led to Paul Morgans discovering a whole new pot of gold.