Gallery Photographer: Gill Murray is a commercial photographer and stylist who specialises in Food and Drink.
A simple recipe that makes full use of Winter's harvest, this warming, sweet Pear and Parsnip soup is a winner.
It sounds grand but is actually super easy to make and amazingly tasty to eat. That velvety smooth finish of butternut squash with the hint of orange and chilli just lifts it to another level.
A little burst of green is good for your heart and your taste buds. This watercress soup is packed full of nutrients and tastes delicious!
What's soup without a decent bit of bread eh? This recipe is a delicious gluten free alternative to bread. Chia & flax seeds make it practically a superfood in itself.
This recipe comes from Fonab Castle Hotel and Spa's 3 AA Rosette Award Sandeman's fine dining restaurant in Pitlochry.
There is nothing better in winter than a crisp and energetic walk followed by getting cozy with a hearty bowl of stew in front of the fire.
A French classic that's just urging you to go out and buy a tasty chunk of Perthshire beef to make it with!
The earthy flavours of mushrooms combine perfectly with the sweetness of the brioche and cream. A mushroom lovers comfort food!
From the wonderful bar and restaurant McKays in Pitlochry comes this delicious take on lasagne. It's a great use of the traditional Scottish ingredient in wholesome cooking.
This hearty casserole with sausage, pepper and bean is the perfect thing to serve up on a cold night.
Thanks to Glendoick Garden Centre for this creamy tartiflette which shows how easy it is to dress up the humble tattie, a true food hero.
Easy to follow and makes the perfect sweet and crumbly dessert every time.
This gorgeous take on a Banana Loaf uses lavender to bring a beautifully soft scent and fresh flavour to everyone's favourite teatime treat.
Why wait till Shrove Tuesday? Enjoy this peanut butter version for breakfast any day!
A super easy chocolate truffle is a brilliantly good recipe to have up your sleeve. Perfect for curling up on the sofa with to catch up on all that Christmas telly!