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Beef Broth

31 Oct

  The best thing about winter has to be piping hot bowls of thick, warming soup. Packed full of goodness from Scotland’s seasonal vegetables good soup is the perfect welcome home after a hard day’s work. Once it’s made it’s a simple case of reheating and a large bowl of broth and a hunk of […]

Jim Fairlie’s Lamb Shank & Elderberry Wine Casserole

30 Oct

When you work with food and feel passionate about local produce you quickly learn that there are many more cuts of meat than what’s on the menu at this week’s fashionable restaurant. Take the shank; the leg of the animal has bone, meat and just a little bit of fat. This wonderful combination makes it […]

Culinary Joyride

30 Oct

The inaugural blog post is always a tricky one – I’ve been doing all the background work, meeting up with people to get their stories together, cooking up a storm for son and heir to take photographs (cue several teenage boys offering to help!) and trying every combination of background, font and colour to get […]