On June 27th the Scottish Food Coalition, of which SFYN Scotland are members, issued a joint letter to Fergus Ewing asking for the Good Food Nation bill consultation to commence and detailing the vision and key asks for a Good Food Nation bill from the SFC.
The founding of the royal burghs in the 12th century changed how food was regulated. Bread, meat, drink and imports were strictly monitored and prices were set by burgh courts.
Is Scottish food just haggis, whiskey, neeps and tatties, fried Mars bars and Irn Bru? Each month food history enthusiast Sarah Gowanlock will be uncovering the real taste of Scotland by exploring it’s rich food history, from the Stone Age to today.
In a time when the majority of our food is imported, this series will allow you to take a closer look at how earlier Scots fed themselves and discover why oats were so important, what bog butter and guga is, how the food system changed after World War II and much more.
Join us either in Glasgow on Saturday 26 May, or Edinburgh on Monday 28th May for an artistic and … More
Stevie Williams is one of our new writers for SFYN Scotland and will be providing a monthly round-up of her journey studying the MSc Gastronomy at QMU, condensed from her weekly posts on her own blog, Duck.Egg.Sponge. Stevie hopes these posts provide you a brief insight into the breadth of food topics covered on this pioneering course…
Federico is a long-term member of SFYN Scotland and co-ordinates a number of our Glasgow events, particularly at the CCA. This … More