Top Scottish chef Andrew Fairlie has given his backing to a campaign to cut food waste in our homes.
Captain Scott’s ship Discovery is again at the forefront of science, as a project to create a 3D virtual reality tour of her is unveiled, writes Jacqueline Wake Young.
Fife-raised former MasterChef contestant Brodie Williams, of Cupar, tells Michael Alexander why he is turning up the heat on his cooking credentials after getting a taste of national TV stardom.
Move over deep-fried Mars Bars, a fish-and-chip shop says it has found success with a much more healthy option — deep-fried Brussels sprouts.
Dundee’s Castlehill Restaurant has won another major award.
Award-winning Calum Richardson of The Bay Fish & Chips has joined forces with Captain Catch’s Silent Film Festival, a festival designed to educate children on the seafood industry, to create a short silent film about The History of Fish and Chips.
Over the past six months, Ruth Hinks (UK World Chocolate Master) and her team of pastry chefs at Cocoa Black in Peebles have been working with the BBC on a new six-part series called The River.
Restaurants and eateries across Tayside and Fife have enjoyed major success at the Food Awards Scotland, securing 15 individual titles.
Some memories never leave you. And as Hogmanay 2016 approaches, Ellis Armstrong, 71, is transported back to the 1950s when a black bun would be placed ceremonially on the sideboard next to a bottle of whisky ready to welcome First Footers.
Michael Alexander meets Angus-based Ailsa Hayward who set up a vintage mobile tea room and patisserie after being made redundant.