Scotland’s first community-owned bakery will open in Dunbar on October 6th. Called simply “The Bakery,” it will offer residents of Dunbar and the surrounding area tasty wholesome artisan bread that is made and baked on the premises.
Food & Drink
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Experience an evening of dance, comedy, music, and magic at the Roxburghe Hotel.
A Burns Supper in August may seem a daft idea, but that's the essence of The Robert Burns Experience held in Monteith’s restaurant on the High Street.
It has begun. The Edinburgh Fringe is upon us. Officially the Fringe doesn't kick off until the 5th August, but there is already a multitude of preview shows on at Gilded Balloon Teviot, The Pleasance, C Venues, Assembly George Square, to name a few of the venues.
With the sun still with us it seemed like an opportune time to investigate the recently erected tented village at George Square.
One of the side-effects of this unusually dreich Edinburgh Summer, is that there have been fewer people meandering around Edinburgh's parks. Take Castlehill garden: I was walking in this rough, unkempt hillscape, smack in the middle of the city under Edinburgh Castle, a couple of evenings ago. The only sign of life, apart from the distant hum of buses on Princes Street, were a few rabbits munching in the undergrowth.
Spain doesn't just excel at football, as this free culinary celebration aims to show. A Taste of Spain returns for the third year running with Spanish lifestyle, culture and food from different Spanish regions - Andalucía, Galicia, Mallorca, Menorca, Canary Islands, and the Basque Country.
Nearly 300 primary schoolchildren will be taking centre stage at next week’s Royal Highland Show when they present “Scotland’s Larder Showcase”.