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Perfect slice of summer to be served up with new Sound Bites collaboration

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This summer, Scottish Ensemble (SE) and Social Bite are teaming up to spread the joy of shared food and live music with new collaboration 'Sound Bites'.Based on the notion that the simple pleasures of...

Co-op spend over £700,000 on Edinburgh store facelift

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Co-op will serve-up an improved food store in Edinburgh from April 29 following a £739,000 investment to refurbish and overhaul the McDonald Road store to better meet the needs of the community.The 2,573 sq...

Bocca Bona grabs pizza the take away action in Balerno

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A business partnership founded on pasta and pupils had led to the opening of a new pizzeria in Balerno.Chris Moonie and Davide Scuccato both run successful businesses in Leith but suffered the double whammy...

Empty Kitchens provides more meals for vulnerable people with M&S scheme

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·        As the countdown to Christmas continues, Edinburgh-based charity, Empty Kitchens Full Hearts, has ramped up the number of meals it is providing to those in need thanks to M&S’s food redistribution programme.·        A...

Hospitality sector fighting back against pandemic

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Some of the biggest names in Scottish hospitality are backing an initiative to help Edinburgh’s leading independent restaurants, bars and hotels get through a bleak winter.Curfews, closed doors and travel restrictions due to the...

Stefano’s bella chow wows

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Is there a better way to prepare for a trip to Italy than to have an Italian chef come to cook dinner for you and three friends? I doubt it, and Sardinian-born Stefano Sanna...

Edinburgh earmarked by YouTube star Pearce for new site

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YouTube star and food entrepreneur Mikey Pearce will open one of his plant-based kitchen sites in Edinburgh as part of nationwide expansion plans.He will open in the heart of Chelsea on August 18 following...

Tom’s Kitchin help is Insta hit with Spartans charity

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Top chef Tom Kitchin is cooking up a storm at home and raising funds for a local Edinburgh sports and community trust.With his Michelin starred restaurant, The Kitchin, and other outlets closed due to...

Cyrenians break target of delivering one million meals

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The Cyrenians Fareshare depot has surpassed its target of delivering over 1 million meals to charities and community groups across Central and South East Scotland in their 20th year. Established 50 years ago, Cyrenians aims...

Roberta makes big Breakthrough with major award

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Roberta Hall McCarron, head chef and co-owner of The Little Chartroom in Edinbugh has won Breakthrough Chef of the Year at this year’s national Food and Travel Awards. Roberta opened The Little Chartroom in Albert...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – A Migrant’s Son

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 Frank Ford Award Winner 2019 Adelaide Fringe - A MIGRANT’S SON by MICHAELA BURGER“A FAR-REACHING GENERATIONAL STORY THAT CROSSES DIVIDES, IGNITES MEMORIES AND PULLS AT YOUR HEART-STRINGS”  Stage WhispersSquare Sums are proud to present...

Cyrenians introduce new pantry service to Edinburgh

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Cyrenians have introduced a new pantry service, offering quality food at low prices in their bid to tackle food poverty here in Edinburgh.The Edinburgh-based charity deliver sustainable solutions for the causes and consequences of...

Maria’s – fabulous food, fun and very family-friendly

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If you are going to the Faro area in the holidays then here are a number of restaurants which may tempt you. Nigel Duncan is just back from the area and here are some of...

A culinary triumph at The Grey Horse

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It was a special occasion and we asked Will, the new chef at The Grey Horse in Balerno, to create something with a difference.And the special taster menu proved a triumph of culinary craftsmanship.Without...

Macsween and Innis & Gunn to host Rabbie’s Haggis Afternoon Teas

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Macsween teams up with Innis & Gunn to host Rabbie’s Haggis Afternoon Teas Macsween, Scotland’s Most Loved Haggis brand is extending its Burns celebrations this year by partnering with beer and restaurant brand, Innis & Gunn...

World first housed at QM University

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The world’s first Food & Drink Business Improvement Development (BID) group called Scotland’s Food & Drink County, East Lothian, will be hosted at Queen Margaret University (QMU).The BID was established to drive growth by sharing...

£1.3m to support locally-produced food

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Plans to increase the use of Scottish produce in schools, hospitals and other public sector organisations have been unveiled by Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing.A total of £1.2m has been confirmed to expand the...

Edinburgh’s Maison Bleue launches Street Chic Food Menu

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Stalwart family-run Maison Bleue brings tapas style dishes back to the menu Edinburgh-based restaurant Maison Bleue – introduced French tapas style dining which they called ‘les bouchees’ in Edinburgh when they opened in 1998 – and almost 20...

Could you cook an extra portion of dinner for an older neighbour?

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Meal Makers, the project bringing neighbours together through food, is in Edinburgh and they want you to join up today! Meal Makers bring together people who love cooking (‘cooks’), with older neighbours who would appreciate having some delicious home-cooked...

Where to eat in Edinburgh – An Evening at The Atelier Restaurant

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In the heart of Edinburgh’s West End, The Atelier was described as a 'must visit' on Edinburgh’s dining scene according to many of my friends, so I was rather excited to go along last week for...

Where to drink coffee in Edinburgh – Grounds and Grams

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Stockbridge is known as a haven for the foodies amongst its inhabitants and I count myself very lucky to be one of them. With the bustling Sunday market and a plethora of indie shops...

Edinburgh’s newest Mexican restaurant celebrates in the Greater Grassmarket

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El Toro Loco, the newest restaurant in the Greater Grassmarket to offer gourmet Mexican street food, officially opens on Wednesday 16 September 2015 with a celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day. To mark its official opening, El...

The Sun Inn at Dalkeith – fabulous pub food by the River Esk

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It's very rare to go to a restaurant these days and not feel there was something that could have been better, perhaps because we all eat out much more these days, and watch too...

OX184 – Wood-fired oven, craft beer and whisky

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OX184 Forget fast food, this is real American cuisine.Nestled under Edinburgh’s South Bridge, you can smell OX184 well before you lay eyes on it. Walking down the Cowgate, I prayed the summer BBQ smell drifting...

Savour Festival will be back in July

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Savour Festival bills itself as the ultimate foodie fair. Brought to you by Sharon Wilson, the founder of the institution that is Bite magazine, Savour celebrates the best and most innovative Scottish artisan produce. This year...

Ed’s Easy Diner goes gluten free

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An American style diner which has just recently arrived in Edinburgh has launched a GF accredited gluten-free menu – meaning people with coeliac disease can now get their Fifties diner fix at all 35 Ed's Easy Diners...

Recipes for you – Eggs are Excellent

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Contributed by Stephanie Scott ANutr – Food and Health Development Worker The term ‘superfood’ has been consistently mentioned in the media over the past year and as we have talked about in previous articles, expensive...

Review – The Potting Shed

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The name for The Potting Shed is very apt and the decor even more so, but the food is the real jewel in the crown. The restaurant is owned by the Minto family who know...

Where to eat and drink in Edinburgh – Burger Meats Bun!

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As they say ‘If you want a burger that'll blow your box you're in the right place!' At Burger Meats Bun they are dedicated to producing the tastiest burgers, a claim made by many...

Where to eat and drink – The Paradise Palms Edinburgh

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The Paradise Palms is located opposite Bristo Square perfectly located for the summer festival season and ideally placed for a night out on the town. The venue has been decked in in a 1920s...

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