There's a new kid on the block when it comes to food trends. But the Regenuary movement promises more than a diet fad - it's a way of supporting local producers and sustainable farming. Rebecca Shearer uncovers how it works...
With its various food and drink-related traditions in Scotland, the new year is the perfect time to have a foodie feast - which these recipes will help with.
Video: ‘Lamb is an asset we don’t use enough in Scotland’, says Tony Singh as he shares new curry recipe for St Andrews Day
The celebrity chef is calling on the public to help make lamb the country's national dish.
The foodies of Aberdeen have spoken - here are the top 10 places to eat and drink in the city, according to customers.
November is World Vegan Month, so what better way to kick it off than with this delicious pea dal and coconut chutney?
As a nationwide study finds two in three Scots adults are overweight or obese, the nation still has a long way to go in terms of tackling diet goals. Rebecca Shearer finds out why - and what's to be done about it.
Following in the footsteps of several of Scotland's whisky producers, The Scottish Bee Company is taking its honey to the Far East markets of Japan and Singapore.
Top names in Scottish hospitality have launched a "Save Our Jobs" campaign calling for urgent support from Westminster and Holyrood to safeguard up to 100,000 jobs before the nationwide furlough scheme comes to an end in just 10 days’ time on October 31.
A group of Scottish tea planters are on a mission to find the perfect brew that can be grown on home soil. Rebecca Shearer speaks to some of those involved in the project to find out more..
The Great British Bake Off: Where the former Scottish contestants are now, and some words of advice for this year’s bakers
We take a look back at the Scottish contestants of the nation's favourite baking show and where they are now.
The Bay Fish and Chips will go head-to-head with three other finalists from across the UK at The Cateys awards ceremony in November.
Eateries have shut down in the city for good as new restrictions create "impossible climate to operate in".
If you're lucky enough not to have any allergies or intolerances then you may think food isn't a big concern when it comes to your wellbeing, but some of our most-loved staples, including rice and kidney beans, hold some hidden dangers...
With new regulations now in force limiting the number of people who can gather at home and in venues, local restaurant owners explain what this means for their businesses.
As venison suppliers fight back from pandemic disruption, shoppers are urged to give the ‘healthier red meat’ a go
Venison took a big hit as a result of the pandemic, but now consumers are being called upon to help the sector through their own kitchens.
A butcher, farmer and chef come together to tell us why we should be eating lamb this week, as it enters into peak season.
National Burger Day: Gary Maclean’s top tips for creating the perfect burger, plus his haggis sliders recipe
National Chef of Scotland and former Masterchef champion Gary Maclean is here to ease our worries and offers up a tasty recipe to try out our newfound knowledge.
Mashed, baked, roasted or hasselback – the most common mistakes when cooking potatoes and how to perfect them
Find out how to cook your potatoes to perfection with our handy guide, paired with some delicious recipes.
Courgette need be a side vegetable no more - as these three recipes show, it can be the star of the plate.
Forget banana bread or that good sourdough technique you've been perfecting these last few months, as there's a new bread trend on the block.
Decorate your cakes, loaves, doughnuts, muffins and brownies with these deliciously easy icing recipes from 1933, which still work a treat today.
Salad is always a winner when it comes to an easy dinner, and this one will not only please the taste buds, but it's packed with nutrients too.
During the coronavirus lockdown, there has been a lot of love for sourdough bread, as people turned to learning how to make their own. It is a labour of love and takes time - but time is what many have had on their side.
Much of the fruit and veg we buy in supermarkets has been imported but, if we eat with the seasons, we'll be eating food at its best and supporting local too. Here's what's available in Scotland for July...
Online cake shop Jack and Beyond hit the sweet spot recently when they conducted some research into what the favourite cake is from 10 European countries.
A honey producer with hives in Aberdeenshire added yet another achievement to their hugely successful year after two award wins.
While foodies might rule in the kitchen, it’s time to take charge of the TV remote control as Rebecca Shearer rounds up her top picks for the two weeks ahead.
Sarah Heward from The Real Food Cafe in Tyndrum reveals one of her favourite family meals and the tradition behind the classic dish.
Craig Wilson, aka The Kilted Chef, makes two poultry dishes the whole family will enjoy
With the often-overlooked vitamin now under the spotlight due to its blood-thinning properties, we look at the food sources and the science behind the latest discovery.