As part of the current campaign in the Examiner, we are showcasing some of the top healthy recipes around - and today's is a tasty vegetarian stovie
The second year hospitality and catering student at Henley College - where the Evening Telegraph's own Jamie Williams trained - dazzled judges with a mouth-watering duo of smoked and fresh salmon with stovie
(potatoes and onions) and garlic and ginger mash.
If we've got any leftover Rumbledethumps, we love to use it to make stovies
the following day for lunch or dinner with any meat we have in the fridge (or perhaps even some haggis).
The emphasis is on good Scottish produce and we enjoyed the large portions of haggis bon bons, freshly battered coley and chips and venison stovies
Early VQuick adapters have shown their passion for the platform, posting and sharing their edited stovies
(story movies), and demonstrating how intuitive the app is.
on a cold winter's night will warm you up from the inside out.
Music groups Capercaillie and Skerryvore are headlining the festival and the event also features all the best of the area's produce from fresh Loch Fyne oysters, Mull cheese and Colonsay honey to Real Mackay stovies
and Arran Auchentoshan whisky.
Strathmore Foods has made a big play of the Scottish roots of its bestselling McIntosh ready meals, including mince & tattles; haggis, neeps & tattles; and Scottish stovies
, which are only available in Scottish stores.
The latest deal means that Morrison's now stocks the complete range of six products from the McIntosh label, which provides traditional Scottish dinner favourites including Macaroni Cheese Pet (250g), Mince & Tattles, Scottish Stovies
and Haggis, Neeps & Tattles.
The latest addition to the range, the first product created by Strathmore Foods under the McIntosh label, is Steak Pie & Tattles (310g) and further expands the traditional fayre on offer, which also includes: Macaroni Cheese (400g), Macaroni Cheese Pot (250g), Mince & Tatties (340g) and Scottish Stovies
The couple love everything about the authentic Scottish ceilidh - including snacks of white pudding or stovies
I cannot sign off, however, without a word to the injured Ant who hit the Dec proving that Britain's NOT Got Talent when it comes to cooking: you'd have been better off sticking to stovies
instead of making a hash of your posh potatoes dauphinoise.