Human rights campaigner-turned-food-writer Yasmin Khan is on a mission to change perceptions of Iran - and she's starting in the kitchen. She tells Keeley Bolger about the flavours and fragrances that bring Persian cooking to life
Food & Drink
Michael Alexander meets Angus-based Ailsa Hayward who set up a vintage mobile tea room and patisserie after being made redundant.
Three Fife businesses have won prestigious Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2016.
What is it? A stunning café space has been built on top of the British Golf Museum in St Andrews offering panoramic views over the Old Course, the West Sands beach and beyond.
Fans of big-name malts will have noticed a subtle change in their bottles and labels in recent years.
With lots of new places popping onto the foodie scene in Dundee, it becomes all too easy to forget the gems that have now been around for a while.
The recent warm weather has seen masses of gardeners planting for the season and at the restaurant we also have been getting busy in the garden, says Tim Dover, chef patron of The Roost restaurant in Bridge of Earn.
Jersey Royals are back in season - and Jimmy Doherty couldn't be happier. The TV host and food fan tells Gemma Dunn why this humble root veggie deserves to be star of the show
What is it? The Brewpub is a cosy pub in the centre of St Andrews, serving the St Andrews Brewing Company's own brews, locally sourced food and a range of other drinks.
A few weeks ago, Famous Grouse joined the ranks of the big-name blends whose chief blender is a woman. She is Kirsteen Campbell, who has been in training for many years and has been chief blender for Cutty Sark for the past eight.