Father’s Day Gift Guide

WANT to treat your dad this Father’s Day, but tired of sifting through hundreds of targeted ads? We hear you. Morag Bootland and Rosie Morton have done the legwork for you so that you can find the perfect gift for the man of the hour.    Billy Connolly, Rambling Man: My Life on the Road,…

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Book Review: Good Vibes Baking

Good Vibes Baking: Bakes To Make Your Soul Shine and Your Taste Buds Sing, Sandro Farmhouse, DK, RRP £20. Who doesn’t love The Great British Bake Off? Sandro Farmhouse was the undisputed star of the ever popular TV baking show in 2022. Despite being pipped at the post by Syabira Yusoff, Sandro – a former…

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Review: The Atlantic Hotel, Jersey

‘I could move here.’ We’ve all said it. You’re on holiday, drinking in the sun’s rays and (most likely) a cold one from the local brewery. And whether it’s the unfamiliar warmth from the skies kissing your cheek, the undeniably impressive views, or the rich abundance of fruits de mer on offer, you’re suddenly dreaming…

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Review: Six By Nico’s new Big Apple menu

I’VE always wanted to go to New York.  Friends, Elf and Home Alone – all of which were watched on loop throughout this millennial’s youth – are almost entirely responsible for my ever-growing desire to visit NYC. To my continued dismay, these plans are yet to come to fruition. But Chef Nico Simeone has answered…

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Review: Kyloe steakhouse, Edinburgh

I’M pretty picky when it comes to meat, and I make no apologies. After all, it’s not unreasonable to question what’s on your plate when parting with hard-earned cash. Where is it from? How was it reared? What are the welfare standards like? All too often, these questions are met with a disinterested shrug of…

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Dressed to Kilt: Our favourite looks from the celebrity fashion show

The celebrity ‘Dressed to Kilt’ fashion show dazzled audiences in Toronto on Saturday, National Tartan Day. This year’s event was the first to take place on Commonwealth soil and brought together top designers, influencers and cultural enthusiasts from around the world. For the first time ever in the event’s history, Dressed to Kilt was held…

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Recipe: A Taste of Café Canna

As featured in our May edition of Scottish Field, Café Canna is one of the remotest restaurants in Britain. Owner Gareth Cole shares one of his favourite recipes from his new book, Café Canna: Recipes from a Hebridean Island (published by Birlinn).  Gareth says: ‘This dish is our take on one of the finest curries out there…

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Photo Essay: Dunbar’s Close

Did you know that there is a secret garden, hidden right in the heart of Edinburgh? Photography intern Rachel Bolton pops along to see what she can find… I visited Dunbar’s Close, one of Edinburgh’s best kept secrets – a small, yet beautiful garden that looks onto Calton Hill and the Observatory. Shooting mostly on…

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Arts & Antiques: Under the spotlight

Our nation is brimming with talented artists and fascinating auction houses. So, we’ve put some top auctioneers and gallery owners under the spotlight and asked them for their ‘most unusual’ and ‘most expensive’ sale items. Here are some of our favourites… David Reid Owner of Ballater Gallery The first part of David’s business life was…

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