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August 06, 2013

Glasgow Foodie Finds: Cafe Source

    Cafe Source is a bit of a hidden gem in the Glasgow restaurant scene -- it’s located in the basement of Saint Andrew’s in the Square, just east of Merchant City. Saint Andrew’s in the Square was...

Glasgow Foodie Finds: Cafe Source

    Cafe Source is a bit of a hidden gem in the Glasgow restaurant scene -- it’s located in the basement of Saint Andrew’s in the Square, just east of Merchant City. Saint Andrew’s in the Square was built as a house of worship in the eig ...

Scotland for Foodies

    The old view of food in Scotland - yum? Never fear! The food scene is changing - for the better. And there are several great new resources about finding local - and classic - Scottish Food. Take a look...   At A Traveler's Li ...

The Tea Garden, Mallaig

    Picture this: a gorgeous warm late September day, on Mallaig Harbor, Scotland, with dear family friends, and an incredible meal. Yes - it was the quintessential perfect day, replete with time on a sandy beach while the tide was coming i ...

Underground Edinburgh

Beneath the streets of Edinburgh lurks a labyrinth of man-made tunnels that were originally designed to hide clandestine activities from the light of day. Once a refuge for everyone from renegade kings to common criminals, this subterranean network has rec ...

Inverawe Smokehouses: Incredible smoked fish

I happen to adore smoked fish...smoked seafood in general! The world loves Scottish seafood, and its' smoked salmon, in particular, is on the tables of families even here in Thailand. Inverawe produces the very best of Scottish smoked salmon, in that i ...

Foodie Finds: Hot Roast Company

On the High Street in Fort William, just a few steps from the weary hiker statue in Gordon Square which marks the northern end of the West Highland Way, you’ll find The Hot Roast Company. Weary hiker or no, you’ll find the food is delicious. Those nam ...

Scotland For the Gastronome

Scotland is a country known for producing quality items, whether it be fine ale or whiskey to hand-made kilts. The salmon is considered by some to be the best in the world. And the shortbread is highly addictive, to put it mildly. And yet when one thinks o ...

The Loch Fyne Experience

Whenever my mom is in Cambridge visiting family, she calls me and mentions Loch Fyne: her favorite restaurant. I was intrigued by how often she spoke of the place, and how she would beg my uncle to go with her every time she came to visit him. I had never ...