After spending the early part of the evening at The Bakehouse, listening to some interesting perspectives on the business of food writing, not least from the lovely Nadine Pierce, a fellow Edinburgh victualographer, I headed along the road, intent on dining in the style to which I have grown accustom.Interior Accordingly, I thought I’d give …

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After meticulous preparation, and a considerable build-up of interest via a drip-feed of information via Twitter, Brew Lab opened its doors last month, and has been doing a roaring trade, since then. We were lucky enough to be invited to their launch event, a couple of weeks ago, so got to chat with the chaps, …

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When an invitation came in for an event at The Bakehouse, on Broughton Street, the other day, I was more than a little perplexed. I will freely admit that I’m not the world’s most acutely observant person, but I genuinely thought that I’d exhausted Broughton Street’s deep supply of lunchtime takeaways. Finding out that there …

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Upper Crust baguettes are the staple diet of many rail travellers, as they clickety clack around the country, on important matters of state. Today, MJ and I were heading to London, to take part in our second big walk for Action for A-T, which is the charity that we support. This time it was a …

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Giuliano’s has been serving up Italian fare from it’s Union Place restaurant for many years. I’ve been for a number of meals there, over that time. Indeed, if memory serves, it was the first place that I ever ate melanzane alla parmegiana. It has had its highs and lows, but has always been a fairly …

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