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 Aberdeenshire junior sous chef has won a hospitality award, created in memory of one of Scotland’s most celebrated chefs.
Food plays a huge role in the annual Scottish Game Fair, which takes place in the grounds of Scone Palace from July 5-7.
Before his visit to the Taste of Grampian Food and Drink Festival on June 1, TV star chef John Torode shares some of his favourite recipes.
Tor Na Coille Hotel head chef Colin Lyall was crowned the region’s top cook at a prestigious awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
A drunk chef lost his temper when he saw two men he suspected of stealing a £380 Vivienne Westwood designer shirt from him at a party.
Fresh pasta is a cinch to make and tastes totally different to shop-bought pasta, even the pasta that’s branded as being freshly made.
It’s not until you’ve spent time wandering between the dozens and dozens of stalls that you realise what a wealth of fantastic food and drink is produced in the Grampian region.
They are the sort of likeable chaps that you’d like to invite round to your place for dinner.
St Andrews chef Joe Reddie has been named Scotch Beef Scottish Young Chef of the Year after winning a cook-off held during ScotHot, Scotland’s largest food, drink, hospitality and tourism show.
Record crowds flocked to the polytunnels in a north-east park to attend the sixth Seedy Sunday festival.
The life of one of Scotland's most prestigious chefs was celebrated this week.
An Aviemore chef who abused his wife of two years and caused a panic attack in her son was fined £400 at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A Glasgow crime organisation sent an aspiring Indian chef to Aberdeen to flood the city with counterfeit cash in exchange for genuine money.
A stacked menu of cookery demonstrations and local produce will be served up at Taste of Grampian later today.
A chef who had been released early from a 40-month High Court jail sentence yesterday narrowly avoided being sent back to complete his term.
Celebrity chef Nick Nairn has announced the closure of his Aberdeen cookery school as the oil downturn continues to affect trade in the city.
A chef has been fined £500 for hurling his mobile phone at a police officer after being caught urinating in public.
It was good news and bad news for an island’s top eateries when Michelin announced its coveted food award stars for 2018.
Fears over a Moray beauty spot's future as a tourist draw have been alleviated with the announcement that a popular cafe will reopen.
A restaurant manager, who killed a chef in a row over a tandoori chicken takeaway order, was today jailed for 32 months.
If you love going out for dinner – and who doesn’t? – the new year is another chance to explore all the culinary delights and emerging weird and wonderful food trends.
Nick Nairn is a champion of Scottish produce, and using quality ingredients has always been close to his heart.
Celebrity chef Gino D’Acampo is ready to add some extra sparkle to bonfire night in Aberdeen, writes Susan Welsh Chefs have become the new rock’n’roll stars, capturing huge viewing figures on TV and filling theatres with live shows. Among them is one who stands out from the crowd – Italian superstar chef and all-round entertainer, Gino D’Acampo.
Fresh photographs have been issued in an effort to help trace a 22-year-old Sutherland man missing for 12 days.
If you love the heat of the kitchen and cooking up a masterpiece meal, then these five jobs in the hospitality trade might appeal to you.
Kenny McMillan, of Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, was named executive chef of the year at the 2015 Scottish Hotel Awards. We caught up with him about his path to success and what drives his unstinting passion.
He may be a familiar face on TV, but James Martin isn’t happy about chefs clogging up air time. The chef dishes up a dose of reality, along with three new Home Comforts recipes Don’t get James Martin started on the number of chefs on TV at the moment.
An aspiring Moray chef stepped up to the plate at a recent cooking competition in London.
A young Aberdeenshire chef has been named the best cook in Scotland after impressing judges with a dish featuring north-east ingredients.