Thursday, May 23, 2019
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Chef’s special: Damien Rolain

Damien Rolain, Head chef, The Mulroy, Edinburgh Edinburgh restaurant The Mulroy takes its name from the last inter-clan battle to be fought in Scotland. The...

Glasgow restaurant shows its charitable side

A RESTAURANT in Glasgow city centre has raised more than £5000 for a Scottish cancer charity. The team at Gamba, on the city’s West...

Time to take stock of the kitchen kit

Post-festive period is ideal time to update equipment, say suppliers WITH Christmas over for another year, now is as good a time as any to...

Chef’s Special: Jim Cowie Head chef and co-owner, The Captain’s Galley, Scrabster, Caithness

Jim Cowie puts seasonality and sustainability at the heart of his restaurants, which proudly offer a wide range of Scottish seafood dishes.

Microwaves: the machine that doesn’t stand still

The commercial microwave continues to evolve and offer greater functionality to licensed premises

Making the most of the hot stuff

AS pubs have felt the need to diversify and broaden their appeal, coffee has become a tool for attracting more customers through the door....

Chef’s Special: John Paul Johnston

John Paul Johnston, Head chef, The Stag, Aberdeen The Stag opened in Aberdeen in November 2012 in the former Star & Garter pub following a...

City restaurant launches cookbook

INDIAN restaurant group Mother India has published a cookbook featuring some of the company’s most popular dishes. The book, titled Mother India At Home, was...

Seafood bites pack a punch

FISHMONGER M&J Seafood has bolstered its seafood range with two new products.

Look to the locals

Scottish produce can help grow sales and offer a point of difference, say food supplier