It's a well-known fact that you should never change a tried and trusted recipe. However, as the new line-up for The Great British Bake-Off is revealed, it seems the show has decided to alter its ingredients somewhat.
The roots of Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer stretch all the way back to 1801. John Crabbie capitalized on the nearby port of Leith, Edinburgh, providing him access to ingredients from many nations, including the finest ginger and exotic spices.
Anyone who has had a meal at The Newport in the eponymous Fife village will know that not only do you get heavenly food, the taste of which lingers on the palate for hours, but you also get a generous helping of Jamie himself. Flitting between kitchen and restaurant, chatting to diners and talking them through the ingredients of an immaculately prepared dish, this hands-on approach and passion for the food he works with are the key ingredients of his success.
Synthetic alcohol could help people quit booze in the same way e-cigarettes have cut smoking, a report claims. Michael Alexander investigates.
Michael Alexander meets Angus-based Ailsa Hayward who set up a vintage mobile tea room and patisserie after being made redundant.
Willie Little, chef proprietor of Little's Restaurant in Blairgowrie, explores the origins of pumpkin carving for Halloween and serves up a delicious pumpkin soup.
Zero Waste Scotland is calling on us all to act now and put an end to unnecessary food waste.
Angus born and bred, chef Jamie Scott is the perfect person to champion all the wonderful produce the area has to offer. The MasterChef winner will be appearing at the Taste Angus Festival on August 19-20, cooking up dishes to delight in his demonstrations and serving scrummy street food to visitors.
Having lived with a chef for the past 12 years and running a bistro and catering business, food and food provenance is always a hot topic of conversation in Lucy Sinclair’s home.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Christmas and find the true spirit of the season in Edinburgh.