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.
Pot Noodle, spaghetti bolognese and baked potatoes might be regarded as the not so-secret ingredients of every student’s cheap lifestyle.
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.