Catherine Devaney shares a recipe from a kitchen in the Fife countryside
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.
Andrew Moss, chef patron of the North Port in Perth, tells Caroline Lindsay why hogweed can have its place in the kitchen.
Rory MacCrimmon, head chef at the Golf Inn in St Andrews, shares his culinary heroes and favourite foods with Caroline Lindsay.
Private chef Theodore Chana from Braco was a contestant on MasterChef: The Professionals in 2016. Here, he tells Caroline Lindsay his foodie likes and dislikes
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.
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.
Jamie Scott, chef patron of The Newport in Fife, reveals his desert island food– a special dish he tasted in London lat year. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
Simon Buckby, chef at Boat Brae in Newport-on-Tay, tells Caroline Lindsay why you might find him humming an Andy Williams song as winter approaches…
Perthshire chef Alec Cruikshank of Fonab Farm Foods shares his love of growing and sourcing his own ingredients with Caroline Lindsay, although you won’t find sweet potatoes on his list!