A Gourmet Steam Train Journey To Tweedbank

Scotrail are currently running The Royal Scot steam train along the Borders Railway from Edinburgh Waverley to Galashiels and Tweedbank every Sunday between 7th August and 25th September and they kindly ...

Hendrick’s Gin Bus Tour – A Gloriously Quirky Festival ‘MUST’

Last night we took a trip on HERBERT – Hendrick’s Extraordinary Roving Bus of Exceptionally Refined Travel courtesy of Hendrick’s Ministry of Marginally Superior Transport. I wasn’t really sure what to expect ...

Lunch at Rhubarb, Prestonfield House

We were lucky enough to get a voucher for a champagne lunch at Rhubarb when we got married last year so decided it was about time we put it to ...

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Foodies Festival Edinburgh 5th-7th August

Foodies Festival Edinburgh Returns to Inverleith Park this weekend with a Feast of Culinary Delights & Foodie Fun Scotland’s Michelin-star and top chefs cooking live in the Chefs Theatre: Focus on Brazilian street food on the Street Food Avenue for the Olympics More award-winning producers than ever before Champagne, wine and whisky masterclasses Burlesque Baker Charlotte […]

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Pokemon Food & Drink Stops in Edinburgh

I haven’t got into the whole Pokemon Go craze that’s sweeping the world just now but I do love the fact that Edinburgh bars and restaurants are jumping in on the action – here are a few where you can fuel both yourself and your new-found Poke habit. Feel free to let us know of […]

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Guy Grieve & Tom Lewis Looking for Edinburgh’s Ready Steady Chef!

This looks enormous fun…..  Two of Scotland’s top food insiders have teamed up with Edinburgh Food Festival to challenge budding chefs to a cook-off in the famous Spiegeltent Palais Du Variété.   Ready Steady Chef, a fusion of the much-loved Ready Steady Cook and MasterChef television show, is debuting at the Edinburgh Food Festival. Not only is the joint […]

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Cindy’s Deep Sleep Tea – Product Review

I often have trouble sleeping – I have one of those minds that seems to like to do it’s thinking in the early hours, that, coupled with the exceptionally short days just now, means that at this time of year in particular, I can be quite exhausted. I’ve tried many different sleep remedies including special […]

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I’m going back to school – MSc in Gastronomy at QMU

I am so excited to have won a funded position on Queen Margaret University’s MSc in Gastronomy! I’ve wanted to do this since it launched it 2013 so am thrilled to be starting in September. I’m also looking forward to satisfying my stationery ‘habit’ and buying some new notebooks. It’s a full-time, one year course and offers […]

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Lunch at Castle Terrace – Review

I was lucky to be invited along to a bloggers lunch at Castle Terrace Restaurant this week along with Danielle, Edinburgh Foody, Olivia, Oh! Taste and Emma Foodie Explorers. We were invited to see the changes from refurbishment earlier in the year, sample the menu and go behind the scenes. We were hosted by the Group’s (Kitchin, Castle […]

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Mark Greenaway Launches ‘Perceptions’ – a cookbook like no other!

I love Mark, his restaurant and his style of cooking, not to mention his cheeky smile and endless enthusiasm so I can’t wait for the release of his new recipe book in a couple weeks time – the promo video is bright, fun and mouthwatering, surely a taste of what’s to come. I can’t stop […]

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WIN a pair of tickets to The Royal Highland Show 2016

It’s almost that time of year again when Scotland’s ‘greatest show’ sets up shop at Ingliston and we all pray for great weather – one of my favourite days out of the year – The Royal Highland Show. As usual, it’s jam-packed full of fabulous foodie delights…. Hugely successful ‘Scotland’s Larder Live!’ returns to Royal […]

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Badger & Co – Restaurant Review

I was invited to go and try out Edinburgh’s, recently opened, Badger & Co and I’d been hearing great things so was very happy to oblige! Not to mention the last time I was inside the building it was an office so I was very curious to see how it’d converted into a Bar and Eatery. […]

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Tony Singh Is Looking For Budding Chefs To Mentor

SCOTTISH CHEF OF THE YEAR, TONY SINGH, CALLS UPON AMIBITIOUS CHEFS The award-winning chef launches the TransPennine Express ‘Where Next Project’ – a unique mentorship scheme to select and nurture the North and Scotland’s hottest talent Television Chef Tony Singh, calls upon passionate individuals who have an ambition to work in the food & drink […]

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