ExteriorI was sad to hear of the demise of Malone’s, just a few weeks ago. The all-night bakery in Slateford had been trading for as long as I can remember and while it was never a service I called upon, as my route home rarely reached those parts, I was always pleased to know it …

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ExteriorOn another sunny but chill weekday morning, I boarded a northbound train at a ridiculously early hour, soon arriving in Dundee in a state of considerable peckishness. I toddled from the station to Fisher & Donaldson on Whitehall Street, where it’s traded since 1919. I visited a few years ago and remember their breakfast rolls …

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ExteriorIt was a considerable relief when after having to quit their premises on Queen Street, the Archipelago Artisan Bakery found space to relocate that was both nearby and offered an enhanced, shop-front opportunity. The place, on Dundas Street, used to be home to Agoo 2, until fairly recently. They’ve converted the place, which was part …

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Come to the marketI’m a bear of very little brain, some of the time, and whilst I do run events that are on the first Monday of the month (Scran Salon) and the second Tuesday of the month (Hush Hour) I still struggle to get my head around on what days some of the once-month …

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ExteriorLovecrumbs has been a major success story since they opened their doors, a few years back. It has grown to be one of our premier cake purveyors and they make a damn fine cup of coffee, too. It came as no surprise to hear of plans for a second shop. However, the decision for the …

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