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Husband and wife, Chris and Rachel Rowley and Chris’s brother Andrew, own and run Ballintaggart Farm, established 2016. Ballintaggart is a cook school with Saturday masterclasses and bespoke workshops, two luxury bedrooms offering B&B, monthly communal dining feasts, a private event space and external catering business.
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A kitchen in Fife - happy family cooking from a kitchen in the Scottish countryside.
There’s a reason why I’m dressed in a striped overall and chain mail apron at 9 o’clock on a Monday morning. I’m at Balgove Larder, a popular farm shop just outside St Andrews, for a one-to-one butchery class with master butcher Colin Nicoll. Part of Balgove’s ethos of field to fork – they farm their own cattle, pigs and sheep – today’s class allows me to get up close and personal with a Texel cross hogget (a lamb of around 18 months) carcass.
Susie Walker Munro grows and hand-rolls tea in tiny batches at Kinnettles Farm near Forfar. Gayle Ritchie checks out the exclusive product, which retails at £15 a cup
One evening back in 2013 Allan Ferguson was in his kitchen following a recipe which called for chilli jelly. He asked his wife Joan if she knew how to make it and when she admitted she didn’t have a clue, he set about making his own.
Seasonal Scottish strawberries are an absolute joy, enthuses Garry Watson, chef proprietor of Gordon's Restaurant in Inverkeilor.
Since Jack Marsh started working at Meikleour Arms, he’s been able to fulfill his dream of living in the countryside and embarking on a new challenge. He tells Gayle Ritchie what excites him...
Dan Ashmore, head chef at the prestigious Pompadour by Galvin in Edinburgh, has fond memories of a photograph his grandmother took of him when he was just three years old.