For The Love of Spud

For The Love of Spud

The humble spud. Mash it, boil it, bake it – there are dozens of ways to enjoy what has been one of our diet staples for thousands of years. But have you ever drank a potato? (And no, we didn’t make a mistake with that sentence!) Meet Graeme and Caroline Jarron,...

Eat Scottish are co-hosting #ScotlandHour!

Eat Scottish are co-hosting #ScotlandHour!

We are delighted to be co-hosting this month's #ScotlandHour twitter chat! Join us and other tweeps on the 29th of June at 9pm to talk 'Summer Planning'. Full information questions below.   #Scotlandhour Twitter Chat, Wednesday 29 June, 9-10pm BST: Summer...

Last Call For HIFDA Entries

Last Call For HIFDA Entries

Jill and Callum Clark at Connage Highland Dairy are the current Highlands & Islands Food & Drink Awards Ambassadors. These awards recognise excellence across the Highlands, islands and Cairngorms National Park area in thirteen different categories ranging from...

Women Farming in Scotland

Women Farming in Scotland

Today a rising number of women in Scotland are choosing farming as a career. In 2008 there were 13,000 women working in farming in Britain, in 2014 the figure rose to 23,000. At the Glasgow Food Assembly many of the farmers are women. The Food assembly is an online...

The Scottish Food Market at Kip Marina

The Scottish Food Market at Kip Marina

Treat your taste buds and visit the new Scottish Food Market at Kip Marina opening on Sunday 17th April from 11-4pm. Whether it’s a sweet tooth you want to satisfy, get into a bit of pickle or take home some great Scottish meat and game, join us on the opening day of...

Meet Barley Bree by Alison Bouteloup

Meet Barley Bree by Alison Bouteloup

Spring has most definitely sprung in Perthshire. Buds are blooming and lambs are leaping. I love this time of year and always look forward to the new challenges and treats life in the country brings. For those of you who don’t know us, we’re Barley Bree, an...

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