Oysterman, Loch Fyne oysters, Damn Fine Cheese and The Drinks Bakery line up their goods.
Saturday morning at Edinburgh Academy. People are setting up and anyone who comes through the door is handed a champagne flute and a voucher for an oyster. Bottles pop: Fizz Festival, Edinburgh, has started.
Saturdays in our house were set aside for bread baking, while I went off to dance classes in the morning my Dad would start making his dough for a variety of different loaves. He seemed to have such a knack at kneading and shaping the loaves, whether it was perfectly
Perhaps it’s in my blood, with my mother having been born in India but I love Asian food. In fact now that Spice Girl is back at Stockbridge Market, hopefully on a regular basis, my freezer is stockpiled with her curry kits, which guarantees you a quick lunch
Trying to keep little ones entertained at the weekend can be a full time job, so I make it my aim to find new places to try and a few weeks ago we hit the jackpot when we visited The Restoration Yard and Fort George adventure playground at Dalkeith
The patisserie chef at a café where I worked introduced me to dried peach skin one day. Something you might otherwise throw away was transformed into a tasty addition to one of his fabulous afternoon tea creations.The peach flavour was so intense. I was intrigued. Continue reading