A unique website has captured a history that would otherwise have been lost – the voices of Falkland’s past residents. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
In my opinion the poor old partridge is often overlooked. There are two main types of partridge available in Britain: the native grey partridge and the red-legged partridge. It’s not an in-your-face kind of bird.
Abbie Clunie, chef de partie at Craig Millar @ 16 West End in St Monans, has been shortlisted for the first Andrew Fairlie Scholarship award. She tells Caroline Lindsay why tasting and timing are of the essence.
Kat lives in Fife and is passionate about seasonality, local produce and home cooking
A new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland celebrates the golden age of British clock making. Caroline Lindsay finds out more
Dean Banks, chef patron of Haar in St Andrews, tells Caroline Lindsay about his foodie loves – and what makes him cry.
A pond, but no ordinary one, for this little shimmering oasis deep within thick willow and alder carr near Dunkeld has been created by beavers.
In last week’s breathtakingly thrilling instalment, I reported exclusively on my 11 days in the sticks without a car and spoke with unrivalled authority of how, as is so often the case in Scottish rural areas, you could get a bus out somewhere but had to come straight back on the same bus, the only one that day.
Graeme Pallister, chef proprietor of 63 Tay Street in Perth, serves up gastro heaven on a plate using haddock
Lands of Loyal in Alyth was a complete revelation and certainly one of the nicest surprises of the year for me.