Forget the white sliced – Graeme Pallister of 63 Tay Street pimps up picnic sandwiches with some posh breads and fillings.
This month sees the end of summer fast approaching and I already feel colder. But it’s not all bad as autumn is my favourite season – it’s amazing! I think it has the best crossover period of seasons, when it’s still warm enough for green veg to be thriving for a few weeks but root veggies and brassicas are making a comeback.
Lands of Loyal in Alyth was a complete revelation and certainly one of the nicest surprises of the year for me.
Garry Watson, chef proprietor of Gordon's Restaurant in Inverkeilor, serves up a Spanish treat with a local twist, inspired by a trip to Rioja
James Oswald combines being a farmer with writing best sellers, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Courier Country is at the forefront of growing fruits, and raspberries in particular are abundant just now. For me the tart raspberry works great when perfectly balanced along with something sweet in a pudding such as my raspberry pavlovas.
Dean Banks, chef patron of Haar in St Andrews, tells Caroline Lindsay about his foodie loves – and what makes him cry.
I adore bread in all its different forms. Bread, with its trusty sidekicks butter and jam, makes my heart sing. The very thought of buttered toast on these cold dark mornings is enough to prise me from my bed and propel me to the kitchen.
In a world filled with discord and unrest it gives inordinate pleasure to be able to be unequivocally positive about a small, perfectly formed business in Highland Perthshire – because truly they don’t come much better than this.
As we head into the dark, cold days of winter, soup comes into its own. And, thanks to a new cookbook from a local soup-obsessed greengrocer, there are recipes galore to warm up our cockles.