Try this simple recipe for haggis tortilla pizza if you fancy a break from traditional haggis with neeps and tatties. Great for using up leftover haggis too.
My dad is the only person I know who doesn't like pizza. In the UK, though, pizza takes on very many forms from the microwave deep crust variety to the carry-out boxed versions bigger than a bicycle wheel.
There are so many elements that go into making a restaurant good enough to return to, especially in a city like Dundee which is building in vibrance and energy all the time.
A Carnoustie festival believes it has all the ingredients to serve up the perfect slice of family fun with a tasty twist on a discus throwing contest.
A new development including a “pizza theatre” at a former industrial site in Dundee has been given the go ahead, with 100 jobs in the pipeline.
Just as we are told not to judge a book by its cover, it may also be ill advised to judge a restaurant by its name. Some are intriguing yet reveal nothing about their cuisine and some are really quite dull and simply named after their street or location.
John King tells the story behind Wild Fire Pizza.
How are you getting on with the new 10-a-day advice?
It was the twinkling Christmas lights in the window of Three Lemons that first drew us in. It is a beautiful building both inside and out and the most recent owner, Jake, has kept many of the original features of the tweed wholesaler and country outfit maker which was in operation for over a century but the new and most important addition is his wood fired pizza oven.
One of the many reasons I love it when my Mum comes to stay is that I don't need to feel guilty about being a "lady who lunches".