The Finest Food Served in Scotland's Most Beautiful Settings is the Simple Menu for Highland Feast 2005
If the secret to truly memorable cuisine lies in quality ingredients served in beautiful surroundsings then this year's Highland Feast 2005 can guarantee an eleven day culinary experience second to none. Click here to read more
Tulloch Serves up a Tasty Starter for 'Highland Feast 2005'
Highland construction group Tulloch has thrown its support behind Highland Feast 2005 by becoming a major sponsor of this years's expanded Highland festival of food and drink. Now in its fifth year Highland Feast has grown to become one of Scotland's largest, and now one of the longest celebrations of food, drink and entertainment with a programme of events running over eleven days. Click here to read more
Press Releases 2004:
Aviemore and the Cairngorms Attracts Influential Delegations during Highland Feast 2004. Aviemore and the Cairngorms will play host to three delegations of influential conference agencies, travel writers and international golf operators during Highland Feast 2004 this coming weekend (Thursday, 30th September-Sunday, 3rd October) . Click here to read more
Experience the Exotic at Highland Feast 2004. Highland Feast 2004 is the fresh new name for the annual Highland Food and Drink Festival, and there's a lot more to this culinary carnival than haggis! The jam-packed programme of over 40 gastronomic Highland gatherings takes place in a variety of spectacular locations across the North incorporating influences from further afield.
From 30th September to 3rd October, the biggest ever Highland Feast has a multi-cultural air about it with some chefs giving the best local fare a Mediterranean makeover, while others combine home-grown produce with exotic ingredients. Check out Highland Feast's 'foreign affairs'….. Click here to read more
Moveable Delights at Highland Feast 2004. With so much to see and do at Highland Feast 2004 (30 September to 3 October), the festival's itinerant events provide the perfect solution for those wanting to taste and tour Scotland's natural larder. Banquets aboard steam trains and buffets on herring drifters are on the jam-packed programme of over 40 foodie festivities at the Highlands' biggest and best annual food and drink festival. Click here to read more.
There's something fishy going on at Highland Feast 2004
Celebrate Scottish seafood this Autumn at the most exciting epicurean event in the North: Highland Feast 2004. Formerly known as the Highland Food and Drink Festival and taking place during 'Seafood Week', Highland Feast is a four-day culinary carnival (30 September to 3 October) featuring over 40 gastronomic gatherings in a diverse range of spectacular locations. Click here to read more
Prime Cuts at Highland Feast 2004
Highland Feast 2004 is gearing up to be the biggest and best food and drink festival in the Highlands yet, with over 40 epicurean events on this year's jam-packed programme. The spectacular Scottish region is home to native beef breeds such as Aberdeen Angus as well as the finest game in the world, which is why carnivores are extremely well catered for at this annual culinary carnival. Click here to read more
Hot-foot it to the Highlands this Autumn for a Feast of tempting Gourmet Breaks and fresh culinary ideas
Previously known as the Highland Food and Drink Festival, Highland Feast 2004 is the fresh new name for an unforgettable four-day celebration of the dynamic and prolific foodie scene fostered in the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Click here to read more
Highland Feast 2004 – A Gourmet Gathering
Knives and forks are at the ready to sample the biggest and most innovative platter of events on offer during Highland Feast 2004, the fresh new name for the Highland Food & Drink Festival.
Willie Cameron, Director of Highland Feast was on hand to announce the launch of this year's festival brochure jam-packed full of gastronomic and creative events. With over 40 events being staged throughout the region from Thursday 30th September – Sunday 3rd October, Highland Feast 2004 is certainly the biggest, and is shaping up to be the best yet. Click here to read more
Hospitality industry gets behind biggest ever Highland Feast
Re-branded for 2004, the former Highland Food and Drink Festival is now known as Highland Feast, a fresh and fitting new name reflecting the dynamic and abundant culinary scene cultivated in the beautiful Scottish Highlands.
But it's not just the name that's new. For the first time in the festival's four-year history, the jam-packed programme of gastronomic gatherings is being complimented by a wide range of gourmet breaks at some of the most idyllic locations in the North. Accommodation providers across the region, from charming country houses on the edge of legendary Loch Ness to luxury four-star hotels in the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains, are offering a variety of gourmet packages specially designed to attract visitors to the area during Highland Feast. Click here to read more
Autumn Gourmet Breaks Tempt Food Lovers to the Highlands
Food lovers seeking culinary excellence and superb hospitality will be spoilt for choice this Autumn during Highland Feast 2004, an unforgettable four day celebration of the dynamic and creative food scene across the Scottish Highlands.
With over 40 innovative and mouth-watering events running throughout the region from Thursday 30th September – Sunday 3rd October, and a wide range of exceptional gourmet breaks on offer, there has bever been a better time to sample true Highland hospitality. Click here to read more
Seafood Week is one of the biggest, exciting and most inclusive national events of the year. Last year was the third and most successful Week so far with over 6,000 seafood businesses and organisations working together to celebrate seafood and the many benefits it offers. 'Feeling Good With Seafood' is the main theme for this year's event.
Further information relating to Seafood Week can be found at by clicking here