Imagine being punished for speaking your native tongue. And yet, unbelievably, that’s what happened to Matthew Fitt, who was left dazed and confused by his early years at school in 1970s’ Dundee.
Catherine Devaney shares a recipe from a kitchen in the Fife countryside
Not for a long time have I been to a restaurant quite as captivating and considered as East Pier Smokehouse, straddling the shoreline of the ridiculously pretty St Monans before the expansiveness of the North Sea opens up beyond and below.
The Cricket World Cup drama on BBC radio was bliss.
Desert Island Chef: ‘Just as well I don’t cook to music’ says Stephen Ravenscroft from Dunfermline’s Garvock House Hotel
Stephen Ravenscroft, head chef at the Garvock House Hotel in Dunfermline, tells Caroline Lindsay why it’s just as well he doesn’t cook to music...
I was brought up from day one with catering and hospitality. My parents where both caterers and from an early age I lived over the family restaurant so professional cooking was in my blood.
As a major new exhibition tells the story of Scotland from Culloden to the death of Queen Victoria, Caroline Lindsay discovers some of our country’s wild and majestic history.
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.
The Apex City Quay Hotel in Dundee opened in 2003 and finally brought an idea of modern hotel living to the city.
Scott Davidson, head chef at Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort, is a stickler for timing everything he cooks although, as Caroline Lindsay discovers, he has no time for parsley!