Food | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 3

Scottish Licensed Trade News

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 …

Recipe: Chorizo and sweet potato hash, Grant Avery, Avery & Co, Dundee

“This chorizo hash is delicious, spicy and hearty; it’s the perfect dish to start any day. Using a good quality chorizo is the key to making it taste …

Chef’s Special: Scott Davies, Head chef, The Three Chimneys, Isle of Skye

Scott Davies, head chef at The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye, creates dishes which reflect and celebrate the ingredients native to Skye and beyond. …

Wake up to opportunity

The right breakfast offer can prove to be lucrative, say food firms …

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