If, as US novelist and poet Gertrude Stein once said, we should forget grammar and think about potatoes then Forbes of Kingennie, a resort in a beautifully rural location mere moments outside Dundee, would be a very good place to let yourself come to a full stop and get back in tune with the land.
Fabrice Bouteloup, chef patron of Barley Bree Restaurant with Rooms in Muthill, tells Caroline Lindsay about his favourite seasons, and most hated ingredients
Haar has received a succession of glowing reviews since it opened in April this year – not least in this paper where it scored a remarkable 49/50 just after the fog had lifted enough to peer in the door.
Rachel, Andrew and Chris Rowley run Ballintaggart Farm in Perthshire
Catherine Devaney shares a recipe from a kitchen in the Fife countryside
Aaron Lumsden, head chef at the British Golf Museum Cafe in St Andrews, sings the praises of tomatoes and other foods to Caroline Lindsay
Scottish Thistle Award Regional Ambassador, Wendy Barrie is founder of the Scottish Food Guide
REVIEW: Go to Newport’s new eatery overlooking Tay for the food, view, interior and charming service
In 1890 Oscar Wilde wrote that ‘it is only shallow people who do not judge by appearance’. Well, some of the old maestro’s aphorisms have weathered the test of time better than others but, with buildings rather than people, what else do we have to judge on apart from appearance and functionality?
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…
It's Burns Night on Friday and Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth, is looking forward to tucking into haggis