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Saturday, September 22, 2018

The world of the St Andrews Harbour Cafe

Maybe you’ve never really noticed the St Andrews Harbour Cafe before. You’ve probably walked past it a few times on your way to East...

Fife Food Festival: a foodie mecca

The Saint brings you the details on Fife's mouthwatering event, the Fife Food Festival.

The shop with a Zest for life

Zest is so much more than your average coffee shop; The Saint sits down with the owner, Lisa Cathro, to find out why.

Waste not: a word from our sustainability officer

If you do not waste food you will never go hungry – so the old saying ‘waste not, want not’ leads us believe. To...

Fun, flavourful fall festivities

The leaves are changing colours, Tesco is selling canned pumpkin at a ridiculous import markup and Starbucks is once again peddling their absurdly famous...

Bella Sullivan’s Steak and Sprinkles: steak supper

From Bella’s blog at http://steakandsprinkles.blogspot.co.uk/ Times are tough. It’s coming to the end of the month and I am running out of money. What better...

Creature comforts

After tirelessly testing a variety of microwavable recipes, Antonia Wade has compiled a list of snacks that will hopefully brighten up your next revision session

36 hours in Seattle

Seattle’s unique food, music and culture make it a tourist’s paradise. 36 hours might not be a lot of time, but in this city you can spend that time in almost any way you can imagine. If you’re having trouble deciding if you want to experience the beauty of nature or the hustle and bustle of a big city during your next trip, Seattle is the perfect place for you.

Recipes: PB&J muffins, and chicken and leek pie

If you should know anything about me, it is that I am a peanut butter addict. Creamy. Crunchy. Cinnamon infused, vanilla, cocoa. I'll eat...

Heavenly quick and easy vegan banana muffins

My roommate Anna came back from a dinner with the Vegetarian/Vegan Society a few weeks ago and was raving about one of their desserts, courtesy of Ruth, one...