Q&A: Will Docker is the founder of Balgove Larder Farm Shop, Butchery, Cafe and Steak Barn in St Andrews. He tells Caroline Lindsay about his likes, dislikes, dreams and tips when it comes to his passion for food and drink.
A cut above. 'Whether you're an experienced cook or an enthusiastic foodie, Balgove Larder's butchery master classes will equip you with the basics of this traditional craft.'
'Celebrate Oktoberfest in style at Balgove Larder's Steak Barn on October 28 from 5pm - 9pm, when it's transformed, for one night only, into a jolly Bavarian style bierkeller.'
'Congratulations to Balgove Larder, near St Andrews, which recently picked up a Great Taste Award for its pork, sage and thyme sausages and its Scotch eggs.'
'Celebrate the start of autumn with Balgove Larder's latest night market on September 14, showcasing the delights of rural foods and drinks from local producers and vendors.'
Innovative Restaurants 'Across Dundee, Perth, Fife and Angus you'll find some of the country's top chefs, using creative cooking techniques and local produce to put this eastern pocket of Scotland on the food map.'
Family Feeds: Balgove Larder, St Andrews
'Christmas shoppers across Fife are being urged to make their first stop their local farm shop as part of the First Stop Fam Shop campaign.'
St Andrews farm shop business flourishes. Partners turn frustration into fortune and boost rural economy.
'Buying food at markets rather than supermarkets is introducing a new menu of delicious local produce to the daily table. Helen Brown shines a light on a pioneering night venture that may become a regular foodie date...'
Prime example of well done beef
A springtime show of colour is on the cards, thanks to the hard work of St Andrews schoolchildren.
Nora McElhone investigates the rise and rise of the farm shop.
Miles better off buying local and seasonal.