Ahead of a new BBC Scotland charity bake sale contest programme, Three Sisters Bake entrepreneur and series judge Nichola Reith reveals to Michael Alexander the influence of her granny’s Kirriemuir sweet shop in deciding upon her chosen career.
The Perth-based Royal Scottish Geographical Society is pushing for Scotland to become the first part of the UK with a legal universal right to food. Michael Alexander reports.
An Angus-raised wine maker known as ‘The Flying Scot’ features in the final part of a BBC radio series on Scottish convivial history.
Michael Alexander speaks to Newport-based broadcaster Billy Kay as he celebrates the Scots drouth for fine wine across the centuries in a new BBC Radio Scotland series.
BBC MasterChef semi-finalist Brodie Williams, from Cupar, gave an insight into his TV and culinary journey when he cooked a special fine dining meal for guests at the newly opened Lindores Abbey Distillery near Newburgh.
It’s 10 years since award-winning Polish chef Marek Michalak took over the running of Café Tabou in Perth. Here he tells Michael Alexander why cooking is not just a way of earning a living – it is his greatest passion.
Courier Country businesses were amongst the 25 winners at the prestigious Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2017 on Thursday night.
Does a deposit return scheme (DRS) for bottles and cans in Scotland hold the key to the war on plastic waste? Michael Alexander reports.
As a new survey suggests 73% of people no longer regularly sit together at the dining table, have family meals had their chips? Michael Alexander investigates.
Cancer Research UK wants sugar-laden drinks to be treated like smoking in the battle to prevent cancer. So with a sugar tax on the horizon, is more action required? Michael Alexander reports.