Springtime across Scottish Food Guide

We were here the other day buying cheeses – what a super range. Now Craigies are planting strawberries, raspberries, lettuce, chives, coriander, mint, beans, peas and courgettes. The soft fruits are planted now and will be ready towards the end of June ready for the PYO season at the farm. https://craigies.co.uk

I love this picture! Book a 4 night stay at the lovely Cringletie and they will give you your Picnic lunch and individual Prosecco with their compliments so you can get out and about to enjoy the Borders. Available May – August. Check this and other offers on https://www.cringletie.com/

10% off delicious Free Range Rare Breed Pork at Macbeths– limited amount available to pick up a great deal! Free Range Gloucester Old Spot and Large Black cross. Jock always has delicious ethical meats at his online shop or visit his store in Forres. https://www.macbeths.com

Such exquisite shops! Book your Spring Tasting Evening with Demijohn We would like to invite you to take part in one of our two special Spring Tasting Evenings to be held in all our stores, on either Thurs 19th April or Wed 25th AprilCheck out their website for further details https://www.demijohn.co.uk

Did you spot their ace April Fool’s? Torridon may not have their own railway station yet but delighted to announce The Torridon Resort is now fully open for 2018! Read their blog post to find out about opening times, experiences and everything you can do at The Torridon Resort. https://www.thetorridon.com

Whitmuir are passionate about healthy eating and sustainable farming. You can order your Whitmuir Deliveries online here at whitmuir.scot. Check out this and all the latest news.

63 Tay Street’s first of their Wine & Dine events for 2018 – taking place on Thursday 31st May, this is a first come, first serve opportunity so please do be quick!  The wine will be expertly chosen and knowledgeably described by the wonderful Richard Bouglet from L’art du Vin in Dunfermline. Graeme is a Slow Food Chef Alliance Member.  http://www.63taystreet.com

The Carmichael Bistro is run by the wonderful Steve and Jen, now in their 3rd year at Carmichael. Their food is amazing and they use Carmichael Meats as the main ingredient! Steve and Jen now offer evening meals as well as takeaway pizza when booked in advance – a great option when staying in one of the cottages. Looking forward to seeing you soon folks with our group of American visitors! Click online for details https://www.carmichael.co.uk/

Always super events at Deans on https://www.letseatperth.co.uk