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Eat on the Green’s Craig Wilson, the Kilted Chef, is back with some advice on making the most of summer fruits. Scotland has some of the best berries in the world and we love it when the first of the crops come in. It’s always fun to pick your own fruit, then come home and…

Spice it up!

This corner of the world is blessed with some brilliant Indian restaurants. Trend orders some lager and discovers what’s on the menu at three of the North-east’s best regarded… Jewel in the Crown For early on a Tuesday night, the Jewel proved surprisingly busy, with just one table free. Many of the clientele were regulars…

Chef focus: Cafe Boheme’s John Patillo

Meet Café Bohème’s John Patillo, who brings his Scottish roots to traditional French cuisine… John found his way into a kitchen at 16 and hasn’t looked back since. ‘I had left school and was looking for a trade apprenticeship, thinking I’d be a mechanic, but I landed a position as a commis chef at the…

Ardoe House enters a new chapter

Ardoe House Hotel and Spa has a new head chef, Alan Clark. That said, Alan’s no stranger to the kitchen at Ardoe having worked there previously as Sous Chef, before heading to the Three Chimneys on Skye. Alan explained, “I am delighted to be back at Ardoe. Our new ownership brings exciting opportunities for sourcing…

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Eat on the Green’s Craig Wilson, the Kilted Chef, is back with some advice on getting your kids to eat their veggies It’s never easy to encourage kids to try healthier foods, especially when they think broccoli is the work of the devil! Be inventive and a little devious. Try using unusual serving dishes, wrapping…

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