We were delighted to feature in the Autumn edition of the Scottish Wedding Directory Magazine. The team recommended our tours as a super cool hen/stag do idea!
Have you considered incorporating a Tasting Scotland tour into your own hen or stag do? Perfect for those who LOVE food & drink, we can create a bespoke tour to fit in with any of your plans. Love gin or beer or whisky? We would create a tour around Scotland's best gin, beer or whisky creators.
Want to include fun outdoor activities or a luxury spa element? We can arrange that too, including chauffeur driven transportation and accommodation to suit your brief.
We’ve seen recipes for everything from Raw Pumpkin Pies (yep, raw) to Pumpkin Smoothies this year, but when the weather is as cold as it’s been in Scotland this week (into minus centigrades) you definitely need something hot and delicious to use up those Halloween Pumpkins!
The very word ‘crumble’ conjures up feelings of warmth, homeliness and goodness, so why not give this one a go.
PUMPKIN & BUTTERNUT SQUASH CRUMBLE
100g butter (nice and cold - straight out the fridge, cut into cubes)
150g flour (plain)
5g salt (sea salt is best)
110g Mature Scottish Cheddar
80g almonds or hazelnuts (roughly chopped)
Today it’s #InternationalGinandTonicDay. What better way to celebrate than by catching up with a few of the local producers of our fave gin brands. Read on to find out their who, what, when and where when it comes to this timeless and really rather delicious refreshment. Remember, he or she who dares gins…..!
The Glasgow Gin
Fave way to garnish a gin & tonic?
Glasgow Gin really shines with a simple lime wedge and most tonic waters! But for something a bit more special a good chunk of fresh pear can really enhance the sherbet flavour and feels a little more posh.
Fave place to drink it?
Helping/hindering my chances at the pub quiz at ...
It's officially World Porridge Day! Here's a recipe for a super tasty, super quick hot seasonal fruit and oat based breakfast that I created for pre food tour days! I love that there are so many incredible recipes available that create mouthfuls of delicious, super healthy grain based satisfying meals for anytime of the day.
Such versatility is showcased each year at the World Porridge Championships held in Carrbridge in the Highlands which were held here in Scotland at the weekend. This year with it being the official 'Year of Young People' in Scotland there was for the the first time a specific Junior Award. Well done Lynn Munro! Young or ...
Full Time Lead Chef
Exciting opportunity at the soon to be re-opened Edenmill Farm casual dining Café/Restaurant, Butchery & Soft Play, Blanefield, Glasgow.
If you’re wishing that long shifts and working nights could be a thing of the past this may be the perfect job for you.
We are looking for an experienced Chef to work straight shifts in daytime hours. Average shift times will vary between the hours of 7.30 am – 6.30 pm. 45 hours per week.
Main tasks include:
Menu development and delivery of a quality product across daily menus including hot breakfast and evening meals for the bunkhouse, home-baked cakes and healthy & ...
DC Thomson recently released a book featuring some of the best historical recipes from the 1950s, with classic tips and tricks of the era. As we love all things culinary, we thought we’d give it a wee review.
Pass It On: Cooking Tips from the 1950s offers an insight into the troubles and tribulations faced by Scottish housewives during the 50s. Whether it was coming up with inventive solutions to cooking with rations or dressing up rather bland vegetables, these housewives found unique ways to overcome a distinct set of challenges.
Join us as we take a look back at some of the classic recipes that graced Scottish tables during the 50s.