We consider ourselves foodies so when we meet other foodies there’s pretty much nothing we won’t talk about, especially when it comes to Scottish food and drink.
The FoodieCouple popped in to see us during their Valentines break in Edinburgh and between us our excitement was overflowing. You know when you’ve met kindred spirits!
The FoodieCouple Blog highlights some of our personal favourite foodie places in Edinburgh as well as one of our Great Taste Top 50 Award winners Great Glen Game.
Maybe on their next visit to Edinburgh they’ll invite us to dine along with them!
We had the great honour to host the Scottish Government launch of new support for women in business. The event launched the framework and action plan for women’s enterprise created by Women’s Enterprise Scotland. Download the plan. Guests were served Glen Lyon Coffee, Cindy’s Teas and Manna House Bakery & Patisserie.
More of a savoury tooth than a sweet one? Luckily for you, Edinburgh Foody are bringing the Savoury Not Sweet group to Cranachan and Crowdie! They’re beginning their mission on 25th September to bring the best savoury tastes in Edinburgh to those who prefer a great cheese or meat to sugary snacks. As your host, Cranachan and Crowdie will be providing the food, so this is your chance to grab a cheeky wee sample of some of their best high quality products including venison from Great Glen Game, cheese from I.J. Mellis Cheesemongers, mini bread loaves from The Manna House Bakery & Patisserie, chutney from Trotter’s Independent Condiments and a range of oatcakes. They’ll also have a surprise selection of beer donated by Innis and Gunn on hand to wash everything down.
Anja Baak from Great Glen Game will also be joining in the event, and will chat about her fantastic products. What more savoury treats could you ask for?
Lisa’s Top Tip: Tickets are limited, so follow this link to secure yours, and sign up to the Savoury Not Sweet mailing list while you’re at it!
Hope to see you there!