Food Fest Scotland sees presenters Edith Bowman and Colin Murray visit food festivals all over Scotland to reveal some of the country’s best kept food secrets.
In the first episode of the five-part series, Bowman and Murray head to Peebles’ Show and try some of the “best flavor” on offer.
In addition to tasting some of the best Borders has to offer, they also learn about some cooking and shopping tips.
“Located in the rolling hills on the Scottish Borders, Peebles has for many years been a market town cherished by locals and visitors alike,” Bowman said.
She added that she loved her visit to Peebles.
“It was an amazing day,” she said.
Also on the program, farmer Jim Smith and chef Julie Lane share food production stories from around the country.
In the first episode, Smith is near Inverness learning about the story behind each bag of carrots, and shares Lane’s benefits of mackerel.
Subsequent episodes of the show would see Bowman and Murray visit food festivals in Stranraer, Anstruther, Glasgow and Nairn.
Food Scotland Festival will be broadcast on Monday, 6 February at 8:30pm on BBC 1 Scotland.
To access the episode on BBC iPlayer after the broadcast, visit http://www.bbc.com Food Fest Scotland website.
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