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Chef’s Special: David Proctor, Head Chef, The Aberdeen Altens Hotel, Aberdeen

Located on the south side of the city, the four-star Aberdeen Altens Hotel has been the focus of a £6 million investment over the past five years. The …

Microwaves: still a kitchen must-have

Advances in technology mean the microwave has more to offer than ever before …

Chef’s Special: Adam Newth, Chef proprietor, The Tayberry, Broughty Ferry

With a passion for quality cuisine, coupled with a desire to raise Tayside’s profile on the culinary map, chef proprietor Adam Newth opened The Tayberry …

Scots’ taste for Italy continues

Operators can capitalise on demand for the cuisine …

Recipe: Branzino allo Zafferano, Vishnu Thapa, Amarone, Glasgow

“A light, fresh dish that smells of summer with fresh vine tomato, basil oil and the orange zest.” …

Recipe: Spanakopita, Muli Mukja, Halloumi, Glasgow

By Muli Mukja, Halloumi, Glasgow. Spanakopita is a comforting dish that tastes great throughout the year. …

Chef’s Special: Gary Townsend, Head chef, Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens

Set in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in Glasgow’s west end, Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens offers innovative, sophisticated dining from a team which …

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. …

Recipe: Ferrero Rocher-inspired dessert, Brian Grigor, Number One, The Balmoral, Edinburgh

“This Ferrero Rocher-inspired dessert is an indulgent treat. There’s something nostalgic about this instantly-recognisable after dinner chocolate that many …

Scooping up extra sales

The right ice cream and desserts offer can boost profits, say firms …

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