The sun was shining and the food and drink lovers were out in force for the 2019 Taste of Grampian event.
Taste of Grampian
Thousands have descended on Thainstone to enjoy all the delights on offer at this year’s Taste of Grampian.
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.
Families are being encouraged to head along to Taste of Grampian, with more than just culinary delights on offer.
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.
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.
The Kilted Chef has teamed up with Love Food Hate Waste Scotland in its drive to reduce food waste, undertaking a ‘fridge-raiding’ tour of Aberdeenshire ahead of Taste of Grampian Food Festival.
Thousands of people are expected to flock to the north-east this weekend as a major food festival celebrates its 20th anniversary.
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.
The countdown is on for a chance to see celebrity chefs like John Torode in action at this year’s Taste of Grampian – and fans are being urged to get in fast.
A popular north-east food festival is serving up another year of culinary excellence for its 20th anniversary, with a celebrity chef as its star attraction.
The star of this year’s Taste of Grampian was undoubtedly this cute Highland Cow calf.
A record number of stalls and 15,000 sun-soaked visitors helped make this year’s Taste of Grampian the “best ever”.
A stacked menu of cookery demonstrations and local produce will be served up at Taste of Grampian later today.
If you thought the Taste of Grampian was all about food and drink, think again.
A small family-run north-east distillery is celebrating one year in business with the export of its product to Denmark.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to nose wine, identify different flavours in beer or be able to impress your friends by showing off a knowledge of Scottish gins, then Taste of Grampian is the place you want to be.
Wine expert Susy Atkins is on a mission – and the message she wants to get across is that wine is not stuffy, but something everyone can have some knowledge of and talk confidently about.
From Glastonbury to the Stonehaven Folk Festival, outdoor gatherings fuelled by music, drinks and portable loos have never been more popular.
Some 19 years ago, Taste of Grampian started out as a small event designed to stimulate the local food and drink sector.
A celebrity chef will be enjoying another taste of what the north-east has to offer later this year.
Following the success of last year’s Taste of Grampian, Scotland’s largest one-day festival have announced that James Martin will return for 2018.
The wee calf that garnered lots of attention at this year's Taste of Grampian finally has a name - thanks to a toddler from Aberdeenshire.
Celebrity chef James Martin might have enjoyed top billing on the Taste of Grampian line-up, but he had some stiff competition from another visitor to the show.
Celebrity chef James Martin arrived in the north-east yesterday, ahead of his appearance at today's Taste of Grampian food and drink festival.
Security has been stepped up for tomorrow's Taste of Grampian event in light of the recent terror attack in Manchester.
Scottish pork will be promoted as the ideal meat to enjoy with a gin-based drink at Saturday's Taste of Grampian food and drink festival.
Banff-born singer Sandi Thom has been confirmed as the latest musical act who will perform at next week's Taste of Grampian.