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.
Fife-raised former MasterChef contestant Brodie Williams, of Cupar, tells Michael Alexander why he is turning up the heat on his cooking credentials after getting a taste of national TV stardom.
The husband and wife team who run Ostlers Close Restaurant in Cupar tell Michael Alexander why Valentine’s Day is such a special time of year for their business.
It is considered to be the best meat in the world – but would Japanese wagyu beef pass a taste test in the land of the cow pie?
Michael Alexander speaks to a former hairdresser who now runs a home delivery catering operation in Fife which specialises in fresh local produce.
Michael Alexander meets a man who is trying to breathe new life into the Fife fishing fleet by encouraging local people to eat local seafood.
Three Fife businesses have won prestigious Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2016.
A job to get her teeth into – ‘A tremendously exciting time for the food and drink industry in Fife’
For centuries Fife’s food and drink has been linked through land and sea to international trade, fishing and agriculture.
In just a few short weeks Jamie Scott will have to relinquish his title as reigning MasterChef: The Professionals champion.
Farm food revolution- ‘My sisters and I thought it was ridiculous when my parents suggested a farm shop’
With stunning views overlooking the Firth of Forth and a reputation for fresh, local, inspiring food from the farm and surrounding area, the Ardross Farm Shop at Elie is at the forefront of efforts to show off Fife’s, and indeed Scotland’s, natural larder.