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Forget Bake Off – it’s the Great Buckhynd Pie Off

Forget Mary Berry and Paul Holywood – it’s going to be a battle of the butchers this weekend when three very local establishments go head-to-head to take the title of best steak pie.

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Crail Food Festival is returning for a seventh year.

Crail Food Festival is returning for a seventh year

One of Scotland’s major food festivals makes a return for its seventh year with a host of local flavours, tastings, children’s activities and the opportunity to meet the makers and the now famous, Sunday Lunch at the Harbour.

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Chicken breast stuffed with Stornoway black pudding and served with a creamy Glayva sauce, panko croquettes & seasonal vegetables.

Restaurant Review: Babas Bistro, High St, Kirkcaldy

Chicken can be a hard thing to get right, especially when you’ve stuffed it full of something else – something greedy types like myself can’t seem to get enough of.

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The festival is planned for March 24 and 25.

Beer festival set for Fife

A St Andrews brewery has organised a beer festival to showcase the best local beers in Fife and Tayside.

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The salmon en croute offering.

REVIEW: Room with a view at Redcoat Cafe

Review: Redcoat Cafe, Edinburgh Castle

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JD Wetherspoon bought the old Three Ways Inn, but is now planning to sell it again.

Pub giant Wetherspoon pulls out of Leven as town ‘too small’

Fears have been raised about the demise of the town centre after pub giant JD Wetherspoon confirmed its plans for Leven are dead in the water.

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No eye watering onions or too-sweet chutney here...

REVIEW: Annapurna is still on top

Review: Annapurna Gurkha, High Street, Kirkcaldy

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Could a new ice cream parlour be given the go ahead in Fife?

New ice cream parlour proposed for Fife village

A proposal to open an ice cream parlour in a former Fife bank building has been submitted to Fife Council.

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Giving Fife’s businesses food for thought

Giving Fife’s businesses food for thought

Increased activity at Food from Fife in 2016 has seen a positive impact on local food and drink businesses working together to grow the industry.

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Tom Courts Burntisland Butcher's sausage rolls named best in Scotland. (Pic: Graeme Hart)

Burntisland butcher shop’s sausage rolls are best in Scotland

A Burntisland butchers has received a different kind of New Year’s honour.

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Tony Macaroni, Bell St, St Andrews, to be reincarnated a Mozza a Neapolitan pizza restaurant.

A taste of Napoli in town

Popular St Andrews restaurant Tony Macaroni closed its doors as 2017 opened.

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Don't let your Christmas meal go to waste this year.

Let’s prevent food waste this Christmas

In December alone Scots are expected to throw away over 3.5 million mince pies, more than 240,000 Christmas puddings, and the equivalent of over 100,000 turkeys.

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One of the delicious meals

REVIEW: Horizons Restaurant, Kinghorn

Restaurant review: Horizons Restuarant, Pettycur Bay Caravan Park

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Review - Foxtons Bar & Grill, Glenrothes

Review - Foxtons Bar & Grill, Glenrothes

It’s not every day you are invited to try out a meal prepared by an award-winning chef so, intrigued and full of anticipation, I made the short trip to Glenrothes for my first experience of Foxtons Bar and Grill and I’m happy to say, I wasn’t disappointed.

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Cheers! A dram of whisky to toast the festive season

20 best spirits and liqueurs for Christmas

With the nights fair drawing in and the festive season upon us, it’s the season to settle down by the fireside and forget the cold night outside.

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Service was friendly and prompt, says Liz Rougvie

REVIEW: The Boathouse, Kinross

The Boathouse, Pier Road, Kinross

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Ti Amo is 'warm and welcoming'

REVIEW: Ti Amo, Cupar

Ti Amo, 7 Bonnygate, Cupar

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Conor McLean, pictured third from left with his fellow Culinary Olympians, will soon be feeling the heat in the kitchen at The Cellar, Anstruther.

Prestigious job at Michelin-star restaurant for budding Fife chef

Anstruther’s Michelin-starred restaurant The Cellar, brought back to life by a local chef, is shortly to be joined by another young up-and-coming culinary star from north east Fife.

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Highland Chocolatier Iain Burnett celebrates his award in London.

A prize with a twist

Master chocolatier Iain Burnett, of St Andrews’ Highland Chocolatier, has received a prestigious gold accolade in the International Chocolate

Awards for one of his velvet truffles.

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12 chocolate bars you wish were still for sale

12 chocolate bars you wish were still for sale

We’ve been talking in office about chocolate bars we wish were still for sale.

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