Saturday, June 19, 2021
OGV beer - Food and Drink News Scotland

First Scottish craft beer company to accept Cryptocurrency payments

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CRYPTOCURRENCY will now be accepted by a craft beer company in what is said to be a first for Scottish craft beer. Aberdeen based OGV Taproom will now take cryptocurrency payments such as Bitcoin Cash,...
Sea Lice Monitoring - Nature News Scotland

Salmon farm begins to monitor sea lice for “greater transparency” in fishing

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A SCOTTISH salmon farm has agreed to start a programme to monitor and audit its weekly sea lice count as part of its effort for "greater transparency". Loch Duart is now inviting Trust biologists onto...
The Palmerston - Food and Drink News Scotland

New “whole-animal” restaurant set to open in Edinburgh’s West End

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A NEW whole-animal cooking style restaurant is opening this July in the West End of Edinburgh. Palmerston restaurant will use the whole-animal method in which every part of the animal is used, including largely forgotten...
Sainsburys mush burger | Food and Drink News UK

Sainsbury’s customer left gutted after burger melted in oven

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A SAINSBURY'S customer was left gutted after his burger melted through his grill tray - causing him to have a salad for dinner. Geoff Bushnell couldn’t believe his eyes when his two Steak and Vintage...
Vodka Slushie | Food and Drink News UK

Convenience store selling “perfect summer drink” with alcoholic slushies

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A CONVENIENCE store has started selling this year's "perfect summer drink" - alcoholic slushies to grab on the go.The Nisa Local shop in Unsworth, Bury in Greater Manchester launched their new boozy slushie machines...
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Family Business’ Rum Wins Global Award For Taste

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A family-owned highland craft distillery has been revealed to be a winner in the World Rum Awards 2021.Pixel Spirits' White Rum was the overall winner in the taste category of unaged rum, distilled...
Carpet fitter eats scented burning wax | Food and Drink News UK

Carpet fitter eats scented burner wax thinking customer had left him “quirky” chocolate

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A CARPET fitter claims he ate glittery scented burner wax after thinking one of his customers had left him some "quirky" chocolate with his cuppa.Drew Suttle spotted two blocks of what looked like chocolate...
webster honey installed bee hives on the roof at Eden Lock - Food and Drink News Scotland

Edinburgh Hotel Checks In 20,000 Honey Making Guests

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AN Edinburgh hotel has partnered with a Scottish honey-producing firm to put beehives on its roof with over 20,000 bees now taking up residency on the hotel.Eden Locke Hotel in George Street has partnered...
Stephen Carter OBE - Business News Scotland

Scottish hospitality firm announce appointment of OBE as new chair

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A SCOTTISH hospitality firm has announced the appointment of a hotelier as its new chairman.Stephen Carter OBE is hailed as a "renowned hotelier" and having served previously for a variety of prestigious hotels will...
The Cauldron tea - Food and Drink News Scotland

Magical Edinburgh venue set to welcome guests back next week

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A MAGIC inspired venue is set to return to Edinburgh this year after announcing plans to reopen its doors next week.The Cauldron, tipped as “Edinburgh’s most magical venue” has announced its Wizard Afternoon Tea...
Tesco chicken has feed filled stomach | Food and Drink News UK

Disgusting images show Tesco chicken with stomach full of feed

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A TESCO customer was left “horrified” after she had to pull the stomach from the inside of a chicken - which still had feed inside it.Karen Bennett was cooking a Sunday roast when she...
Bean Juice | Food and Drink News UK

Aldi shoppers left envious after customer finds can of “bean juice”

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Aldi shoppers have “bean” left jealous after one customer unexpectedly bought a can of baked beans - without the beans. Judi Chamberlain was baffled to open her 29p tin of baked beans from the budget...

Cult classic sees strong supermarket demand with six listings

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More than £200,000 retail sales value secured for pickled onion A SPECIAL launch of a classic packed-lunch crisp flavour has piqued the interest of supermarket buyers across the country, resulting in six new major listings...

100-year-old thanks daily slice of coffee cake for long life

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A PENSIONER who turns 100 this month has revealed having a sense of humour and a slice of coffee walnut cake everyday is the secret to longevity.Eleanor Petrie, who resides at Bield’s Dean Court in Bo’ness,...

New tea-making hack set to transform British brews

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A SIMPLE tea-making hack is set to transform the taste of a cuppa for the 60 percent of Britons whose brews are blighted by hard water. The hack comes as a collaboration between one of...
Green dumplings - Food and Drink News Scotland

New eatery hopes to bring a fresh dynamic to Edinburgh’s food scene

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A NEW eatery launching in Edinburgh is set to bring a contemporary take on pan-Asian cusine in the hopes of adding a new dynamic to the food scene in the capital.Ozen Street Food  will...
Creme Egg Wontons | Scottish News

Scots takeaway creates “Creme Egg Wontons” ahead of Easter

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A SCOTS takeaway has created limited edition "Creme Egg Wontons" ahead of the Easter weekend.The bizarre culinary creation has combined the traditional Chinese dish with the much loved sweet Easter treat. The Golden Palace Chinese...
Raunchy Easter Egg | Consumer News UK

“Aldi is inspired by Ann Summers” – Shoppers baffled by raunchy Easter eggs

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ALDI shoppers have been shocked to discover that the retailer is selling raunchy Easter eggs - which some have mistakenly bought for children.Hundreds of customers of the budget supermarket have been left in hysterics...
Lawrence Chaney | Entertainment News UK

Calls for Scots Drag Race UK winner to become the face of IRN-BRU

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DRAG fans are calling for IRN-BRU to make Scots star Lawrence Chaney the face of their famous national staple.Hundreds of Twitter users have called on AG Barr this week to make the RuPaul's Drag...
Border Biscuits Sales Director Mark Chance. - Food and Drink News Scotland

Scottish biscuit company celebrates sales as British snack appetite surges

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A SCOTTISH biscuit firm is enjoying a boom in sales after selling five million bars since it launched its popular snack in January 2020. Lockdown has seen Brits snacking up to 50% more and Lanark...
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