I love this time of year – what chef doesn’t? says Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth.
One stormy night, back in the 18th Century, a Spanish ship took refuge from a storm in the harbour at Dundee. On board was a consignment of Seville oranges, which a local grocer decided to purchase.
One evening back in 2013 Allan Ferguson was in his kitchen following a recipe which called for chilli jelly. He asked his wife Joan if she knew how to make it and when she admitted she didn’t have a clue, he set about making his own.
Seasonal Scottish strawberries are an absolute joy, enthuses Garry Watson, chef proprietor of Gordon's Restaurant in Inverkeilor.
It’s no secret that the UK has developed quite a fondness for gin. With World Gin Day approaching (Saturday 10 June ), Steve Smith, Head Chef at Bohemia, insists it’s time we lay off the G&T’s and instead bring the spirit to the boil.
Survey reveals nearly half of Scots prefer vinegar on their chips to sauce
With notes of rosehip and hibiscus, and top-notes of fresh citrus orange, lemon and bergamot peel, Lidl’s brand new Hortus Summer Gin, £15.99, turns your everyday G&T into an ultra-refreshing summery gin drink!
It’s early morning and Clement Boucherit is up to his elbows in ice as he packs boxes of fresh local shellfish for his company Langoustine the Box.
It produces 70 per cent of the UK’s gin and is now home to over 50 different producers, so if you are looking for some ginuine ginspiration this World Gin Day (10 June), look no further than Scotland.
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