Ahead of EdinTaste’s visit to Redwood Restaurant in Edinburgh, I meet up with owner and chef, Annette Sprague
Under a fat August moon you’ll find Swedes gathering with hats, bibs and glasses of snaps in hand, ready to devour this year’s early harvest of crayfish. Now also available in Edinburgh. Hurrah!
Shellfish your dream meal? Ours too, we dined at Ondine Restaurant in Edinburgh which prides itself on its sustainable fish.
Foodies at the Festival: Geoffrey Smeddle demonstrates how to make a delicious tomato essence.
Nell Nelson shared her experiences in cook book publishing at a workshop at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. She even shared a humus recipe with us – and you’ll find it here.
Eating out during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival especially at lunchtime, requires a little special planning.
L’Artichaut in Edinburgh, La Garrigue’s vegetarian little sister, has friendly service and a great menu where seasonable vegetables are given the respectful treatment they deserve.
A day out at a food festival discovering new producers, rediscovering old friends, trying new flavours and enjoying the sun.
To inspire you when out shopping this weekend, consider what’s in season!
This news intrigued me, the Seafish authority is looking for innovative ideas to apply for funds from the 2011 Seafish Project Fund up to £1million. How creative could foodies be?