For as long as I can remember (until I went away to university), my father has cultivated the 600-tree strong orchard that sits on the edge of our land, next to the hayfield and the long dirt road. Pecans are native to the Southern part of North America and grow…
If you live in a city like myself, it’s too easy not to escape once in a while. But when you do, it can be just like being on holiday. Recently, Mr EF and I drove into Fife to St Monans, just an hour and a quarter’s drive from Edinburgh. …
Imagine learning to cook, hot, spicy Indonesian food at 40 degrees centigrade. It happened to me in Manila, capital of the Philippines.
Alas, I’ve not been on an exotic vacation, just a trip down memory lane.
Introducing EdinburghFoody’s Christmas recipe book with list – with a lot of help from her friends.
Where should you eat in Marrakesh? Discover some tips and secrets that will ensure you have a very tasty stay.
A foodies guide to Marrakesh, Morocco. What to see, do and taste.
Looking for something different for lunch? With the perfect crispbread. you can make a wonderful open sandwich.
A important part of any Swedish buffet dinner, snaps is surprisingly easy to make – in a couple of months it will be ready for drinking.
Swedes like their coffee hot and strong, very strong. You’ll find three different ways to prepare it and a delicious recipe for chocolate balls.
Edinburgh Foody explores Portland’s food carts.