TV Presenter Looking Forward to Savouring Taste of Grampian

Television presenter Bryan Burnett is looking forward to attending Taste of Grampian for the very first time next month. Bryan, whose long career in broadcasting included presenting “Scottish Passport”, is travelling up from Glasgow to be at the event which takes place at the Thainstone Centre, near Inverurie on June 3rd 2017. Bryan, who presents… Read more »

Farm to butchers shop collaboration on show at Taste of Grampian

Pork and bacon production is particularly important to the economy in the north-east of Scotland and the Davidson family has been farming pigs for generations at Mosside Farm near Tarves. Ian Davidson, better known as “Mossie”, produces all the pork for his nephew John’s butchers shops in Inverurie, Dobbies at Aberdeen and Elgin. The Davidsons… Read more »

Forks at the ready for North-east’s first haggis-eating competition

Fans of Scotland’s national dish are being urged to tuck into the North-east’s first haggis-eating competition. McIntosh of Strathmore recently launched the contest, which takes place at Taste of Grampian next month, and is on the hunt for individuals with an appetite for the challenge. A first at this year’s festival, it will see eight… Read more »

TV chef to crown winners of North-east food festival’s new contest

A celebrity chef is to crown the winners of a new competition at a popular North-east food festival. Taste of Grampian is stepping up the hunt for the region’s most outstanding young chefs. And the Taste of Grampian Fresh Olive competition, sponsored by Entier and Quality Meat Scotland, will see the champions handed their titles… Read more »