Scott McMillan, head chef at the Boathouse in Kinross tells Caroline Lindsay why Scotland is his favourite country for food and why he always makes sauces from scratch.
Rachel, husband Chris, and her brother-in-law Andrew run Ballintaggart Farm and the Grandtully Hotel in Perthshire
Trying to find quality Japanese food outside of Osaka can be difficult – but one Dundee restaurant has masterfully created a menu full of beautiful dishes that you can even enjoy at home or work.
Timeless beef recipes to enjoy again and again
Lewis Donegan, owner of the Dundee Cooking Academy and Tayble, tells Caroline Lindsay why bananas and Happy Hippos make him happy
Catherine Devaney shares a recipe from a kitchen in the Fife countryside
Fish and chips have long-been a popular meal choice for those who want a tasty treat. In Scotland, we are incredibly lucky to have so many good quality fish and chip shops on our doorstep, many of them award-winning. Locally sourced produce is a big draw for fish and chip fans, but it is also the location, excellent customer service, and sustainability of these chippies that keep the customers coming back for more. Here we have selected five of the best chippies in Scotland for you to try...
Give Paul Hart, executive sous chef at Gleneagles, a roast dinner and he's a happy man, discovers Caroline Lindsay
It’s been a month of mostly beautifully cold and frosty mornings and we’ve seen the welcome return of porridge to our family breakfasts, gently made, with jumbo oats and milk, over the hob in minutes and dished up with honey and sultanas, nuts and seeds, jam or even golden syrup by special request!
Not surprisingly, Marc Wohner, head chef at the Ship Inn in the Fife coastal village of Elie, is a fan of seafood. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.