Food & Drink

Food and drink stories, not reviews.

Bella Italia have recently opened up a brand new restaurant in Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh and  to celebrate we are holding a fun day that the entire family can enjoy!

The colourful World Village Market makes its first visit to Edinburgh promising a host of unusual gift ideas and tasty treats from across the globe.

International Guerilla Gardener Kate Gilliam joins the Edible Gardening Project team at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, providing fresh insight into growing and foraging for food. The event, takes place at the Demonstration Garden (enter via the Botanics North Gate on Inverleith Place).

The Royal Highland Show and its organisers the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland are well accustomed to handing out awards to prize winning livestock, food and drink products and innovative farm equipment.

Taste of Edinburgh, the 3-day local food and drink industry festival, announced that this year's event will be free to children under the age of 12 with a paying adult.

Food and drink festival Taste of Edinburgh returns to The Meadows. Expect a host of cookery displays and presentations from celebrity chefs and local Edinburgh restaurants, hands on culinary classes, and over 100 stalls from Scottish purveyors of speciality food and drink in the temporary gastronomes' village.

Taste of Edinburgh moved to a later date and from Inverleith Park to The Meadows in 2011.

On Saturday 4 August a total 25 gold medals will be awarded at the London 2012 Olympic Games, giving today its moniker Super Saturday.

Vulnerable species of fish will benefit from greater protection after the Scottish Government's Sharks Skates and Rays (Prohibition of Fishing) Order came into force today (March 30). The legislation covers 26 species, including angel sharks, tope sharks, common skate and undulate rays. 

Broughton village has yet another addition to their fine range of quality independent shops and it comes in the form of The Beerhive, a new beer and wine merchant

Nick Nairn and Tom Kitchin are among chefs and food experts participating in the Science on a Plate festival, part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival, this spring.