Scottish Field’s November issue is out now – and it’s another packed edition.
The 208-page issue is now available, and features our usual mix of all the great things about Scotland, with fascinating features, the best property, food and drink, homes and gardens, field sports, travel, life and styll, and our renowned outstanding photography.
We profile the real-life rags to riches stories of one of the world’s favourite authors, JK Rowling, and discover there’s far more to her than just the boy wizard Harry Potter.
Our area feature for November concentrates on East Lothian, where we find there are lovely lobsters to be eaten, and reveal its ghostly legacy of goblins and wizards, as well as the great walks to be had in the area.
We feature the glorious Japanese water gardens at Stobo, while Megan Rowland talks about her life in the male-dominated world of stalking.
One of the great mysteries of all time is just who Jack the Ripper was – and we ask if he was possible a man from Dundee.
Foraged food is one of the growing trends for foodies, and Louise Gray investigates why it’s so popular.
Talking of food, we bring you more fantastic recipes, all showcasing the pear, while Scottish celebrity chef Tony Singh tells us about his life and loves.
We hear from our regular columnists Alan Cochrane, Guy Grieve and Fiona Armstrong, and also feature what happened when 10 Scottish Field readers blind tasted 68 drams for our annual whisky challenge.
There’s also 25 pages of the latest fashion and interiors.
Scottish Field is in all good newsagents, priced £4.50.