RHS is over for another year…wonderful memories

A thousand thanks to all you Chefs who presented at Scotland’s Larder Live Theatre at this year’s Royal Highland Show. What an amazing and entertaining bunch you are, giving your time and supporting this spectacular event. It is an honour and a pleasure to work with you…my sincere thanks and here is the role of honour… Craig Wilson 'The Kilted Chef,' Eat on the Green, http://www.eatonthegreen.co.uk Tom Lewis, Mhor, http://mhor.net Neil Forbes, Café St Honoré, http://www.cafesthonore.com Iain Campbell, Campbell’s Bakery https://www.campbellsbakery.com Cameron MacMichael, Cringletie House https://www.cringletie.com Paul Wedgwood, Wedgwood the Restaurant http://www.wedgwoodtherestaurant.co.uk M

Scottish Food Guide at Gardening Scotland

Just had a great weekend at Gardening Scotland with Scottish Food Guide Pavilion brimming with fantastic produce. Owing to the unique qualities of participants our stand this year featured Slow Food Ark of Taste. Jane from St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company was there with her much sought after Anster cheeses and Mature Farmhouse http://www.standrewscheese.co.uk and Chris Rowley from Ballintaggart Farm http://www.ballintaggart.com cooked a fabulous venison dish using local ingredients. Between us, Chris and I cooked in the theatre and audiences visited the Stand where they could also meet John Hancox, The Apple Man and dip into his expertise on heritage apples. Following the Ark theme I had

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