Food | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 61

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Cash in on the great outdoor opportunity

Barbecues and al fresco dining can open new revenue streams for caterers IF you share Billy Connolly’s view that there is no such thing as bad weather in …

A Rational approach to al fresco food

BARBECUEING food on a grand scale can present problems. It needs constant attention and it’s easy to ruin the food by under or even over-cooking it. One …

La Favorita best in ‘bella Scozia’

AN Edinburgh city centre pizzeria has become the first venue in Scotland to be awarded an official stamp of approval for creating a genuine taste of Italy. La …

Young chef ends reign on high note

Alan Robertson living the dream after landing job with famous brothers HIS culinary skill and passion for Scottish ingredients saw him crowned Scotland’s …

Workshop gives chefs just desserts

The classes focus on gourmet sweets. A Borders-based pastry school has launched a new workshop to help chefs create gourmet dessert menus The sessions at the …

Freeze your sweet assets

Ice-cream a lighter and cheaper alternative to traditional puddings Caterers who don’t include ice-cream on their dessert menus could be missing a trick The …

Sauces that go the extra mile

Versatility key in harsh economic climate, says Heinz THE need for chefs to get the most from their ingredients has arguably never been greater as tough …

New sauces offer taste of Italy

THE producer behind a range of Indian curry sauces aims to introduce a taste of Italy with its latest range Two pasta sauces (Rich Bolognese with a hint of red …

Uniforms must follow form and function

First impressions mean everything in the hospitality business, uniform suppliers insist IT’S no longer unusual to see hospitality staff cut a dash with …

Caterers going micro mad

They’re versatile, energy efficient and help kitchens run more smoothly. Suppliers big up the humble microwave AT home, microwaves tend only to be used for …