Anyone who has woken up with a fuzzy head, a dry mouth and a stomach-lining that appears to be yelling at you, will have attempted to soothe the alcohol-induced pain in some way.
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Brexit has already had a negative effect on just under a fifth of Scotland’s hospitality sector, a new survey suggests.
A diet that can avoid premature death and safeguard the Earth at the same time sounds too good to be true – but that’s exactly what experts are saying is possible with the ‘planetary health diet’.
It’s January, so chances are you’re taking a long hard look at your diet and trying to make it as healthy as possible. However, there’s one thing you’re probably not paying enough attention to – and that’s fibre.
A new tourism strategy aiming to bring £1 billion of visitor spend into the north-east by 2023 has been welcomed by councillors.
The gates at Thainstone have opened for this year's Taste of Grampian.
Organisers of an award-winning food and drink festival say this year’s event will be the biggest yet.
All About The Beers …
It’s that time once again. MasterChef is back, and another gaggle of amateur cooks will be entering the kitchen to whip up dishes for the discerning tastebuds of chef John Torode and his buddy, telly presenter and professional dessert lover, Gregg Wallace.
A little of what you fancy from the cocktail cabinet could actually do you some 'good' - enjoyed with a large pinch of salt, of course.
High altitude wines are in, single cask whisky is a thing and magnums are big news.
Aberdeen city centre restaurants have been urged to sign up to a new project in a bid to boost customer numbers.
We've teamed up with Spirit of North Hop to give one lucky winner a pair of tickets to Saturday's festival.
A North-east town is set to celebrate a national food and drink event in the coming week.
A popular Aberdeen bar has announced it will be launching a new live music night.
Aberdeen is set for its first major festival celebrating gin.
An Aberdeen street dubbed "Little Chelsea" is to have a new bar specialising in wine and beer.
If you’re the one everyone texts for restaurant recommendations and you spend a scarily large proportion of your pay cheque on food, you might just love food.
If there's a real test of a chef’s skills in the kitchen, it’s the production of the perfect souffle.
Aberdeenshire brewery Six Degrees North has launched a trio of new brews.
Orchid Aberdeen has launched a new cocktail menu concept, encouraging guests to come and experience Aberdeen.
Gregg Wallace and John Torode are tying on their aprons and scrubbing the chopping blocks as they get ready to open the MasterChef kitchen again.
Whether you have Irish roots or not, St Patrick’s Day is a perfect excuse to imbibe the Irish spirit and dabble in some Gaelic fun.
A North-east butcher has been crowned chieftain of the pudding race after scooping a top award for his take on a chip shop favourite.
An Indian restaurant in Aberdeen has once again been recognised on the British stage.
An Aberdeen restaurant has been named as one of the top restaurants for a vegan Christmas dinner.
An Aberdeen-based hot sauce firm is closing in on the target for its crowdfunding campaign.
Rick Stein's latest foodie mission, Long Weekends, is all about enjoying life's simpler pleasures.
As someone who is always striving to find new heights of curry cuisine there was an inevitability I would end up in 8848.
A top comedian and chef is set to perform at an awards ceremony celebrating the best North-east curries.