For an incredible fourth year in a row, Summer Harvest Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil, produced by a Perthshire farming family has been shortlisted in the Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards - the ‘Oscars’ of the illustrious Food and Drink industry in Scotland. Maggie and Mark Bush of Summer Harvest Oils, will attend a black tie awards dinner on May 24th at the Double Tree Dunblane Hydro Hotel along with 300 leading representatives of the food and drink industry to see two of their products go up against each other in the ‘Soups, Preserves and Accompaniments’ product award. Summer Harvest...Read More
Maggie and Mark Bush from Perthshire, were delighted when their Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil was filmed for the next series of ‘The Great British Menu’. The couple who set up their company, Summer Harvest Oils just over 3 years ago were over the moon when they received a phone call from the popular foodies show where the nation’s top chefs compete for the chance to cook a four-course banquet for a high profile figure. Summer Harvest Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil is now being used by many of Scotland’s top chefs including Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, Michael Smith from ‘The Three...Read More
As no Christmas table is complete without a piping hot pile of roast tatties – it seems like the ideal time to investigate what makes the perfect roasties. There is no denying that roast potatoes are an integral part of any roast dinner, be it lamb, beef, turkey or a vegetarian roast dinner but for many the roast potatoes are the best bit of all. We all have our own way of making roast tatties. This differs in terms of oven temperature, boiling time, edge fluffing and fat / oil used, however we all crave for a crunchy, golden shell...Read More
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