Pot roast hogget

   As I sit on the plane back from Terra Madre I am feeling humbled, inspired, and reminded of the wonderful produce that Scotland has to offer and the duty to which I am bound to celebrate it. This dish is fairly typical of my favourite type of cooking; take…

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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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Braised lamb shanks in ale

To my mind, in Scotland, autumn is the most glorious season of the year. The land is lit up in an array of colours reflecting the sun sitting low on the horizon giving its last vestiges of warmth to the land before the days drift into impenetrable darkness. And the…

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Venison and wild bramble stew

Autumn is my favourite season. Yes winter brings snow and Christmas, spring has new-born lambs and delicate vegetables while summer means sunshine and strawberries. But autumn to me is above them all, there is a bountiful harvest on the trees, in the soil and resting on the land. Game is…

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