Wherever in the world they’re from, cyclists have a great grasp of using language to describe exactly how it feels to ride a bike.
Choose between frosty, copper or emerald, says Gabrielle Fagan.
Graham Campbell, chef owner of Castlehill Restaurant in Dundee, appreciates fresh local produce wherever he is in the world – but loves coming home to his wife’s lasagne.
When Dundee author Rod McKenzie heard that his short story Beer, Loathing and Air Piracy was to be included in book commissioned by the Scottish Book Trust, he was over the moon.
Martin Hollis of the Old Course recalls the Battle of Waterloo with a simplified version of a classic dish.
Rachel Rowley, husband Chris and brother-in-law Andrew run Ballintaggart Farm and The Grandtully Hotel in Perthshire
Garry Watson, chef proprietor of Gordon’s Restaurant, spends a day sampling the delights of Angus’s world-class producers and suppliers
When Paul Newman was at school he was one of the very few boys who took home economics classes but it was then that he knew he loved food and wanted to work in the food industry. Today, he is chef proprietor of Thyme at Errichel near Aberfeldy, and a proud winner of Chef of the Year at the inaugural Menu Food and Drink Awards in March this year at the Old Course Hotel St Andrews,
Craig Millar, chef patron of 16 West End in St Monans, tells Caroline Lindsay why he’s looking forward to spring
When Julia Duncan was a little girl, her parents would take her to visit Blair Castle in Perthshire and the surrounding beautiful grounds of the Atholl Estates. But she never dreamed that one day she would become a ranger there.