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Steak pie is a silver success

IT’S official . . . one of the best steak pies in the world is made right here in Annan

Last orders at historic pub

ANNAN’S oldest pub which has numbered Robbie Burns and Bonnie Prince Charlie among its customers will close its doors for good next month.

High praise for whisky

A WHISKY made in Annan has won a major international accolade.

Christmas charity night

KILNFORD Farm Shop is preparing for one of their busiest evenings of the year next Thursday as they host their charity taster night

Pumpkin plans

DON’T simply throw away your pumpkins this November 1, make them to good use!

Tristan is a super shucker

TRISTAN Hugh-Jones, of Loch Ryan Oysters, shucked his way back to the top spot at this year’s Scottish Oyster Shucking Championships.

Region welcomes Royal pair

PRINCE Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are in the region today carrying out a number of public engagements.

Are you guilty of a crime?

ARE you a fridge stuffer, a mucky prepper or a ham sniffer?
Or, maybe you consider yourself to be more of a double chopper or an open tinner?

Masterchef magic for Jilly

A WOMAN from the region cooked her way to the final of one of TV’s most prestigious food shows.

11 things to do in Moffat

THE worlds narrowest hotel, Moffat Toffee, Merlin, Lord Dowding . . . Moffat is not short of historic links, tasty treats or unique architecture.
In fact, the town boasts so many jewels that its hard to decide what exactly it is most known for.
Here are 11 things to do in Moffat . . . can you think of more?

Putting DG on the menu

A NEW food and drink strategy has been launched for the region, with a focus on supporting collaboration, innovation, job creation and inclusive growth across the sector.

Cake creation

A TOWERING five-tiered cake showcasing the wonders of Moffat has gone on display

Cheese please!

DUMFRIES and Galloway is simply mad for cheese, with the average family locally spending £40 on cheese each festive season.

Chicken nugget fan launches appeal to buy snack

CAN you help Ashton buy chicken nuggets?

Lemonade days for young boss Molly

COULD Gretna be home to the UK’s youngest entrepreneur?

Special cake for Craiglang gang

A BEATTOCK baker helped give the cast of BBC Scotland’s Still Game TV show a memorable send off thanks to her fabulous cake.

 
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