IT’S a town famous for its teacakes.
WE were saying our prayers as we headed for Aberdeen’s redeveloped Queen’s Cross Church.
SO, how are those New Year resolutions working out for you?
ONCE a fairly nondescript collection of streets, occupying a no-man’s-land between the vibrant west end and the city centre, Glasgow’s Finnieston neighbourhood is now a hot spot for trendy restaurants, bars and cafes.
LIFE’S a hurry and scurry, isn’t it?
AS Andy Williams reminds us, it’s the most wonderful time of the year.
THE weather has turned frosty, multi-coloured lights are twinkling in every window, and cinnamon has become the nation’s favourite flavour.
PROFESSIONAL chefs often say the secret to creating a truly tasty dish is using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
CALL me old-fashioned, but I just love flicking through old photo albums.
WHEN visitors pass through Ayr’s seaside streets, most will stop at a local chippy, then eat their battered fish or poke of chips while wandering along the town’s pretty beachfront.
AS an avid spy of scones, my work takes me up and down the country.