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22nd Edition published April 2015. Widely recognised as the most reliable, comprehensive and authoritative guide to eating out in more than 950+ restaurants, bistros, cafes and bars in Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond. 140 new entries. Hit Lists of top recommendations and maps to find your way round.Orders will be shipped on publication.
£7.99 + £2.45 p&p
The 2nd edition of The Larder, The List's guide to Scotland's food and drink. It reveals the rich and
growing array of produce from farmland, hillside, coast and kitchen, and from the isles to the Borders. It
includes Tom Kitchin on Perthshire berries, Jonathan Honeyman on cuts of lamb, Catherine Brown
on Scotland's modern food culture and Kevin MacGillivray on cooking local fish.
"A turning point in the public's perception of Scottish food and a much needed celebration of our
hard working producers." Mary Contini of Valvona and Crolla
£2.50 + £2.45 p&p
Find your way round the 2014 Edinburgh Festival with our 160-page preview with focused coverage of the Art, Book, Fringe, International, Jazz, Politics and Tattoo festivals and descriptions of the Mela, Just and Fringe by the Sea. The city guide section will keep you eating, drinking, dancing and shopping.
£0.00 + £2.45 p&p
Scotland is a festival nation. Throughout the year and across the country there are over 370 festivals from niche local events to Edinburgh in August. This 96 pp full colour guide provides listings by month and category. Published January 2015.
Second edition published December 2014.
The Aberdeenshire Larder - a guide to the food and drink of Aberdeenshire. From its North Sea harbours to the mountains tops of Cairngorms National Park, this guide provides information on Aberdeenshire's world-famous game and fishing, the producers making cheeses, preserves, beer and whisky throughout the region, and the shops and markets to find it in.
Second edition published December 2014
The Angus Larder - the guide to the food and drink of Angus. Full of the stories of those who produce it, from farmers to fisherman, as well as the region's best produce and independent listings on where's best to buy and eat it. Whether you're looking for the best lady butcher in town, the hottest Forfar Bridie, or the longest established source of an Arbroath Smokie, this guide will help you discover it.
The Ayrshire Larder - a guide to the food and drink of Ayrshire. Find out about local specialities including cured bacon and black pudding, ice-creams, farmhouse cheeses, ales and porters as well as the area's famous brown-and-white dairy cows and the lobster, crab and mackerel hauled in by fishermen along the Firth of Clyde and Arran coastline. This guide tells the stories behind the region's finest produce and, just as importantly, where to get hold of it - from farm shops and butchers to local cafés and top-notch restaurants
The Cairngorms Larder - a guide to the food and drink found within the Cairngorms National Park. Taking in venison from the deer that range across the hills, beef from Highland cattle, salmon and trout from mountain rivers and the beer and world-famous whisky from the area's age-old distilleries, this guide profiles the people behind the produce and provides information on where to source food across this unique area via shops, markets and direct from the producers themselves.
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The Guide to the Chocolatiers of Scotland. The first publication to provide a comprehensive round-up of the small-scale, artisan and specialist chocolate makers around Scotland with informative and practical listings for over 70 venues including shops, cafes and workshops. The map offers an attractive and handy trail of discovery to the range and diversity of good quality, locally connected chocolate now available in Scotland. Fold out A2 map with listings to 76 venues. Published May 2014.
The Fife Larder - a guide to the food and drink of Fife. From shellfish to cereals and bakers, via game and wild foods then summer and autumn fruit before the cheeses, this guide provides information on where to source your food right across the Kingdom with shops, markets and direct from the producers.
The Glasgow Larder - the guide to the food and drink in the city. Glasgow is not just one of the most vibrant, historic and culturally important cities in the UK and Europe, but it also boasts an exciting, diverse and ever-expanding food drink scene. With coffee roasters, bakers, beekeepers and distillers working alongside young chefs and enterprising restaurateurs, this guide helps you discover the flavours, influences and current trends in the Glasgow's food scene, with handy tips on where to find the best shops, cafés, restaurants and places to drink.
The North Highland Larder - a guide to the food and drink of the North Highlands of Scotland. The area of the country taking in Skye and the mainland north of Inverness includes fertile farmland, deep water fish ports and tiny inlets that are the hunting ground for creel fisherman and scallop divers. This guide gathers the stories from the people in this unique area who produce the world-renowned meat, seafood, cheese, beer and whisky and also provides information on the shops and outlets from which to source it.
The Perthshire Larder - a guide to the food and drink of Perthshire. From the shores of Loch Leven to the uplands of the southern Highlands, Perthshire's food and drink history stretches from the days of the cattle drovers and the first whisky distilleries to ground-breaking innovations in crop research. This guide tells the stories of the people behind the region's finest produce and, just as importantly, where to get hold of it - from farm shops and Scotland's first modern farmers' market to local cafés and restaurants.
We Create has been published, with the support of Creative Scotland, to celebrate the Year of Creative Scotland. Featuring a selection of well established names and emerging new artists it provides a showcase of work across Performance, Music, Art & Design, Writing, Film,TV & Radio, Games and Technology and Behind the Scenes.
£4.99 + £2.45 p&p
Dundee is emerging as one of most vibrant cities in Scotland. This second edition, 120 page City Guide covers the history, attractions, culture, activities, shopping, eating and drinking, nightlife, accommodation and destinations in the surrounding area. It concludes with an events calendar, map and index. (Published April 2012).
The List magazine is Scotland's best loved events and entertainment publication and has been around for over 29 years. Purchase a copy now for only £1.50 postage to find out the latest information about what's on in Glasgow and Edinburgh over the coming period.
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