#Scotfood is a monthly chat on twitter and is hosted by @Eat_Scottish. We cover a wide range of food and drink related subjects including recipe ideas, food and drink events, encouraging new entrants to the industry, products and producers!

This month’s chat, which takes place on the 4th of September at 9pm, welcomes @scotfoodfort as they take over #scotfood for Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight.

Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight is the nationwide event which supports, promotes and champions Scotland’s produce and the people who grow, make, cook and sell it. Find out more about the Fortnight here: www.fooddrinkfort.scot

#Scotfood takes place on the first Monday of the month, 9pm – 10pm GMT on twitter. The next one will take place on the fourth of September at 9pm, follow @Eat_Scottish and @scotfoodfort for the questions throughout the hour.


The next #scotfood chat:4th September 2017, 9pm on twitter

9pm Q1 Introduce yourself, include the first part of your postcode and your reason for joining #scotfood tonight

9.10pm Q2 We are delighted to welcome @scotfoodfort as our co-host, for Q2 we would like to know how you are celebrating the Fortnight? #scotfood

9.20pm Q3 This year, we are encouraging everyone to make one #scotfood change. What change will you make this Fortnight? #onethingfortnight

9.30pm Q4 If you were to introduce a newcomer to Scottish produce, what dish would you cook them and why? #scotfood

9.40pm Q5 A key theme of the Fortnight is history and heritage, what are your favourite traditional recipes? #scotfood

9.50pm Q6 #GreatBritishFood2017 is in Scotland during the Fortnight, what Scottish food or drink product would you include as being Great? #scotfood

10pm Thanks for all your tweets this evening! We love to hear about what you have been up to so keeping tweeting using #scotfood and #onethingfortnight

Remember to answer the questions using A1 to answer Q1 and so on and also include the #ScotFood tag, please also include pictures if relevant.


How do I get involved?

Simply tag your tweets with the hashtag #scotfood and check either www.eat-scottish.co.uk/category/scotfood or @Eat_Scottish’s twitter profile for this month’s subject area and questions.