Slow Food Glasgow launch with #GrowGlasgow

Slow Food – the international, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world – is launching its new Glasgow group with a campaign to encourage Glaswegians to grow their own food. The campaign, using the social media hashtag #GrowGlasgow, calls on people across the city and beyond to make…

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Keema aloo

If the early part of the twentieth century was heavily influenced by the arrival of Italian flavours, the latter part was definitely defined by one word. Spice. Spices such as salt, pepper and ginger had already made their way to Scotland via historical trade routes, but post-war immigration from India…

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Whisky walk of Scotland

 An introduction to Scotland and her whisky The French have a word, a romantic and mystical term, for the synergy between soil, climate and topography. It is this synergy that creates the finest of wine. They call it terroir, and it lacks any English translation. Although no such word exists…

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