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Recipes

Fish Pie Recipe

Last year one of the products on offer at Crail Food Festival was Mara Seaweed ice cream! It was surprisingly tasty, but this recipe for fish pie is a lot more tempting! Serves […]

Recipes

Luxury Coffee Cake

You can’t beat homemade coffee cake – and the East Neuk Cooks know exactly how to give yours that little something extra Ingredients 6oz / 170g Baking Margarine 6oz / 170g Caster […]

Recipes

Anster Cheese Scones

The first of our Crail Food Festival recipes comes from Jane Stewart of the St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company for delicious cheese scones… Ingredients 1 lb self raising flour 1 […]

Culture

The Awfey Huge Variety Show

On Wednesday, 22 June, actor/comedian, panto legend and now River City star Andy Gray will host a fabulous show featuring a cast of exceptionally talented children from all over Edinburgh […]

Culture

What’s In A Name? | Part 3

The third part in our series as we continue to explore the history and myths behind some of Scotland’s place names…   The Reach of the Campbells There are two Campbel(l)towns […]

Culture

A… Chaos of Swans?

When startled by a microlight or helicopter, geese and whooper swans have an unusual and dramatically different response…   Sometimes the hardest part is getting into the passenger seat from […]

Culture

Saltire Society’s 80th Anniversary!

A £50,000 ‘Inspiring Scotland’ funding programme for emerging Scottish talent and Scotland’s first ever online literary festival are just two of the eye-catching initiatives revealed as part of a busy […]

Culture

What’s In A Name? | Part 2

The second part in our series as we continue to explore the history and myths behind some of Scotland’s more unusual place names…   Viking Connections The name Dingwall comes […]

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Herons – Dressing Down

No prizes for herons in fashion or architecture…   Herons, I once wrote, are flamingos dressed by Presbyterians. I like the image so much, here it is again. The writer’s conceit, revisiting […]

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