We live quite close to Bunchrew House which sits on the road from Inverness to Kirkhill, and have enjoyed many fine evenings there.
Food and Drink
Michelin star chef Michael Smith, of The Loch Bay Restaurant, creates a rich and warming stew and a sweet, seasonal pudding.
Keep busy in the kitchen with a couple of recipes from Mary Berry’s new book, Mary Berry Everyday.
Mary Berry has stirred up yet another culinary controversy, this time over a simple pie.
To kick off World Salt Awareness Week, we want to show you the extremely salty foods you’ve been unwittingly eating.
Nothing beats homemade pasta.
Could there be anything more indulgent, comforting or quintessentially British than afternoon tea?
Tickets are now on sale for celebrity chef demonstrations at this year's Taste of Grampian food and drink festival.
Scotland’s thriving food industry could be at risk. Ellie House found out why family businesses fear getting burnt
The most sugary soft drinks are to be taxed at 24p per litre as part of plans to reduce childhood obesity, the Chancellor has confirmed.
Spring is here and with it comes longer days and – hopefully – some warmer weather. And how better to celebrate the end of winter than by raising a glass of fine Scottish gin?
We were presented with a tiny swirl of pastry, hardly bigger than my thumbnail, with segments of different colours.
An Inverness pub has claimed to have unearthed evidence that it is the oldest in the city.
Britain's most committed pub-crawlers have chalked off their 20,000th boozer - three decades after setting off to tour just 300 inns listed on a brewery map.
Masterchef winner Gary Maclean is heading to the Highlands for charity event.
One of the country's foremost wine experts will make her debut at this summer's Taste of Grampian festival.
The lure of high tea, served on board a heritage railway carriage on Speyside, is part of a new venture to transport diners back to the 1950s.
Shrove Tuesday is the precursor to the Christian fasting period Lent, but for most of us it means one beautiful thing – Pancake Day.
Michelin-star chef Michael Smith shows you how to make two superb restaurant dishes in the comfort of your home
Duck has become relatively inexpensive and you can see it for sale everywhere these days.
There's only one thing to beat a fine dining experience, and that's fine company, and I certainly was experiencing that.
A whisky extravaganza in Moray will be turning Japanese for the first time with the introduction of a range of international flavours.
Gin flavoured with tree needles has gone on sale to save the ancient Caledonian Forest.
It had been a secret to me, but everyone around here seemed to know about the Tardis effect going on at the Haughton Arms hotel.
Those of us who have lived in the country or beside the sea are spoilt for choice with local produce.
Oldmeldrum and the grey granite of Aberdeen seem a long way from the hills of Andalusia in sunny Spain.
The great thing about pizza is versatility - olives, spicy sausage, mozzarella, Proscuitto - take your pick of toppings. I'd say less is more, though.
Celebrity chef James Martin has been confirmed as the headline act for this year's Taste of Grampian food and drink festival.
Spend this Valentine's Day in style by making your own perfect cocktail.
It was, to use a north-east expression, a raw day.
Do you watch shows like Masterchef and wish that it was you up on that screen?
While January is the ideal time for us to hit the gym, eat healthily and stay off the alcohol, quite the opposite happens in our family as 80% of us have January birthdays.
A celebrity chef has signed up to help serve food at a charity event in Aberdeen next month.