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The CS Interview: David Littlewood, executive chef, Raemoir House Hotel

OIOpublisher David, 30 – who’d spent five years at the Milton restaurant in Banchory, when owners Neil and Julie Rae bought Raemoir in 2010 and persuaded him to join them

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Juan Pablo Colubri Gets People’s Vote In Chocolate Challenge

As part of his prize, Juan Pablo Colubri, a pastry chef at London’s Foundry restaurant, has scooped an all-expenses-paid trip to the World Chocolate Masters finals in Paris in October.

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EICC Chief Executive Rissman Announces Retirement

Hans Rissman, Chief Executrive of the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, has announced he is to retire in the spring of 2015. The announcement was made by  Councillor Munro earlier today,

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UK Chocolate Master Gets Set For World Stage

The initiative – originally conceived and organised by Callebaut, Cacao Barry and Carma – is an international competition which aims to identify the world’s leading chocolatier. Taking place from 28th-30th October

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Borders Student Chef Embarks On Fairlie Apprenticeship

Paolo was offered the placement after winning the Border Union (BUAS) Bicentenary Roux Apprentice Award. Six BUAS finalist students were invited to cook for

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Scotch Beef PGI Launched At Flagship Foreign Store

The 35,000 square foot Great Food Hall, based in central Hong Kong, is promoting Scotch Beef as part of its

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Albert Roux Launches Applications For Young Highland Chef 2013

The annual competition – organised by North Highland College UHI’s Burghfield training hotel and the Albert Roux Consultancy – sees

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PLS: Keeping Your Laundry Clean And Green

When Edinburgh restaurateur Alan Hogg tired of substandard, overpriced laundry service providers for his Edinburgh restaurant, he purchased some equipment

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Profile: James Murphy, Grand Central’s Executive Chef

The Proof’s in the Pudding Having studied hospitality management and catering at the former Glasgow College of Food Technology, James

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The Grand Central Glasgow: It’s Renaissance Time

Built above the city’s Central train station in 1883 and extended some 30 years later, the Central, as it was

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