Top chef Jak O'Donnell tells Caroline Lindsay why she's thrilled to be hosting the Menu Food and Drink Awards once again.
It's the moment we've all been waiting for – it’s time to reveal the shortlist for The Courier Menu Food and Drink Awards 2019. Now in its second year, the aim of the event is to celebrate the outstanding talent across the region and it was obvious from all the entries that Courier Country has this in abundance.
Meet the five top chefs who will each cook a course at the prestigious Menu Food and Drink Awards at the Old Course on March 28.
Down near the West Sands one Sunday afternoon, we realised we felt a bit peckish but as we had our hairy companion with us, needed to find somewhere that welcomed dogs. A quick check for dog friendly eateries revealed that Hams Hame, in the former Hamilton Grand, and part of the Old Course Resort, was literally a stone’s throw away.
Entries for the Menu Food and Drink Awards 2019 close tomorrow so get your entry in NOW! Three of last year’s winners tell Caroline Lindsay what their awards mean to them.
If you’re the executive chef at a five-star hotel, golf resort and spa, chances are that every day is busy. But the run-up to Christmas sees Martin Hollis and his brigade of 35 chefs in overdrive.
Martin Hollis of the Old Course recalls the Battle of Waterloo with a simplified version of a classic dish.
Exciting news – it’s the launch of the second Menu Food and Drink Awards! Following on from the success of 2018’s inaugural awards, held at the Old Course St Andrews in March, the Menu team is hoping this year’s event will be even bigger and better.
Old Course chef Martin Hollis conjures up the essence of autumn with a steak and mushroom pie.
Paul Hannan, head chef at Hams Hame, at the Hamilton Grand Old Course St Andrews, dreams about having strongman Eddie Hall to dinner, discovers Caroline Lindsay