Shakshouka is a traditional North African dish made with fresh eggs, tomato, onions and peppers, but it’s often associated with Middle East cuisine.
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Nothing quite says summer like fresh berries – one of my favourite ingredients for desserts.
I have a new favourite beauty spot in the north-east. I’d heard people speak very highly of Newburgh beach but despite having lived in Aberdeen for the best part of 20 years, I had never been.
Taste of Grampian takes place today for the 20th time.
Thousands are expected to descend on Thainstone today to enjoy all the delights on offer at this year’s Taste of Grampian. Can’t make it? Follow all the action in our live blog below.
Tourism chiefs have hailed Taste of Grampian for generating more than £40 million for the north-east since it was first launched.
Saturday will be a red letter diary day for thousands as they make their way to the Thainstone Centre in Inverurie for the 20th annual Taste of Grampian Food and Drink Festival.
It might be famous for food and drink, but the Taste of Grampian has more to offer petrol-heads than you might expect.
North-east businesses were yesterday given the opportunity to take their own bite out of the region’s food and drink sector.
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.
Thousands of people are expected to flock to the north-east this weekend as a major food festival celebrates its 20th anniversary.
I fell in love with Findhorn Bay in Moray on my very first visit many years ago.
A workshop will be held in Macduff to help link local food and drink producers, suppliers and sellers and boost the area's economy.
Peering through the driving sleet on a freezing Saturday night, we felt like travellers of bygone days scurrying towards a welcoming haven which glinted ahead in the dark.
Michelin-starred chef Tom Kitchin’s most recent opening is Southside Scran, a bistro in Bruntsfield, Edinburgh.
Turnover in Scotland’s food and drink sector has grown to a record £14.8 billion, Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary said.
The Scottish Government has awarded more than £100,000 to Scottish food and drink projects to support the growing industry.
What better to do on a windswept night on Skye, as a storm lashes at Portree’s quaint little harbour, than to sample some of the freshest seafood the Misty Isle has to offer?
All roads seemed to lead to the sprawling car park at Mains of Balquharn just to the south of Aberdeen at Portlethen.
As a fully-laden snowplough drove past outside, I couldn’t help but feel thankful that I was warm and cosy inside and tucking into delicious comforting food.
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.
Standing on the beach at Sandend Bay, watching the sun set while sipping a Glenglassaugh dram of rare cask release I’d poured myself was, for me, one of those “life doesn’t get much better than this” moments.
Dornoch Castle Hotel restaurant has been refurbished and now bears the name of head chef, Grant MacNicol.
VIDEO: Michelin star chef Michael Smith demonstrates how to make a warming and delicious rhubarb fool
During the winter months, rhubarb crumble is the go-to pudding.
Being watched while we eat, or watching someone else work through their dinner, is something most of us would feel pretty uncomfortable about.
They are the sort of likeable chaps that you’d like to invite round to your place for dinner.
Easter is three weeks away and I’m looking forward to tucking into a leg of lamb – it’s always been a favourite choice of mine for our Easter lunch.
Since opening in Aberdeen last summer, The Spiritualist on Langstane Place has generated lots of interest with families and fans of good food.
An island whisky distillery has announced plans to install its own on-site malting operation as part of a multimillion-pound infrastructure investment - safeguarding 80 jobs.
I remember visiting Burghead as a kid and loving the mixture of beach, rockpools and busy harbour, and the way the houses seemed to huddle together for shelter in some of the narrower streets.
Aviemore is a thriving wee town, and no wonder. It is the gateway to the magnificent Cairngorm mountains so is a draw for skiers and climbers. But even if you are no fan of outdoor sports, it still offers a lot for visitors.