Tayside and Fife boasts two of the top 25 restaurants in the UK.
The "world's most expensive haggis" has been created, with wagyu beef, French truffle and edible gold among the ingredients.
When Douglas Watson retired as principal teacher of business studies at Madras College in St Andrews around a decade ago, his daughter Morag Hogben and late wife Sheila were keen to find something else for him to while away the hours.
CHIPS ARE a national obsession but we cannot take credit for their invention. It was a Belgian who brought them to Scotland and it was Dundee where they were first eagerly devoured.
Scottish celebrity chef Jamie Scott is to open his first restaurant in Newport.
In just a few short weeks Jamie Scott will have to relinquish his title as reigning MasterChef: The Professionals champion.
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.
If you are of a certain Dundonian vintage (I’m not, but I hobnob with people with long memories), you might remember 204 Perth Road as the home of the Shakespeare coffee bar or the Underworld, a haven of 60s nostalgia for a generation of groovy young locals.
A top Perthshire chef has attacked hygiene assessors for making it “almost impossible” for restaurants to pass inspections.
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.