Whether you call them rowies or butteries, we've got a recipe that is sure to hit the spot.
Two organisations are calling on north-east residents to submit recipes for a new book, with all proceeds going to NHS Charities Together.
Scottish chef Nick Nairn has done everything from cooking for the Queen, winning a Michelin star and running his own cook school.
Popular Scottish Chef Nick Nairn is on the mend after a battle with a possible case of coronavirus.
With his trademark enthusiasm and gravity-defying haircut, Gary Rhodes was among the bevy of Michelin-starred chefs to become household names following the soaring success of the television cookery show format in the 1990s.
An Aberdeen chef has been recognised after winning a competition.
Celebrity chef Nick Nairn is hunting for cooks to work with him on a new project.
A former Aberdeen restaurateur who is battling throat cancer says he has been overwhelmed after friends and strangers raised thousands of pounds to cover the cost of his treatment.
Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge will help dieters recreate his recipe for weight loss success in a new series.
An Aberdeen schoolgirl is celebrating after cooking up success in a nationwide competition.
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An Aberdeen man is hoping to impress some of the country's best chefs in a top contest.
Mary Berry once said she is not a fan of fellow TV chef Gordon Ramsay’s programmes and has criticised him for swearing so much.
A North-east chef has said he would jump at the chance of doing a TV cooking competition again after narrowly missing out on the final.
Steps for a new cafe within an Aberdeen cook school have moved forward.
A NORTH-EAST chef today spoke of his joy after cooking for a leading celebrity chef.
TOP telly chef Gino D'Acampo is promising his fans a "fantastico evening" when he arrives in Aberdeen on his first tour of the UK.
A CELEBRITY chef hit the city centre - followed by television cameras - in a bid to encourage people to eat more local produce.