Now that Maggie’s Penguin Parade has officially waddled into Dundee, it’s time for local artists across Courier Country to get creative and bring the Penguins to life.
Restoring antique furniture is a labour of love for Jeremy Gow, repairing the link between past, present and – he hopes – the future. Caroline Lindsay finds out more
With nights drawing in and temperatures beginning to fall, there is nothing more comforting than a good old-fashioned family stew with dumplings. Good meat and good vegetables simmering gently and slowly together, and in this slowness releasing precious juices that mingle to provide intense yet mellow flavours and the most tender of textures, says Garry Watson, chef proprietor of Gordon's Restaurant in Inverkeilor.
Take the right precautions to make sure cycling isn’t a pain in the backside.
Kat Riach is passionate about cooking, seasonality and local produce
The average winning Strictly couple has a male celebrity, female dancer and are aged 30… and their performance to date only confirms their chances!
One hundred years ago, a brilliant thinker called D’Arcy Thompson at the University of Dundee published his book, On Growth and Form. Giving up nature’s secrets, it looks inside things and examines their structures and cells.
On November 11, people of all ages will gather across Courier Country to commemorate Armistice Day. So what better time for families to come together to create an intergenerational First World War poster as part of Character Scotland’s competition Inspiring Purpose Poster Awards.
I’m not the first chef – and I certainly won’t be the last – to shout about how exciting our Scottish seafood larder is. After all, it’s renowned for being the best in the world, says Jamie Scott, chef patron of The Newport in Fife.